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December 5th, 2013

Another of Shasta's Most Wanted has been caught, say deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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This piece from the Natural Resources Defense Council is really quite astonishing. The NRDC's Kate Poole, riffing on a recent L.A. Daily News editorial complaining that the state's water laws unfair to L.A. residents, takes the Southland newspaper's call to...
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The California Highway Patrol has issued an Amber Alert for a missing Washington teen and her abductor, who are thought to be heading toward Mexico.
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A legislative hearing on a new water bond focused on new storage -- but also the need to look at the state of our forests and their connection to what happens downstream.
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A series of international crises is leaving America's allies abandoned and bewildered.
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The Board of Supervisors listened to the people when it set a vote on the splitting from California.+
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Yes, a small proportion of insurance buyers would have preferred the old system, but the Affordable Care Act holds benefits for many more.
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In search for gold and land, white pioneers killed off Indians in Shasta County.
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Whiskeytown, Shasta Lake and Cottonwood also have activities on tap.
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A group of Intermountain residents has raised enough money to save the Burney and Fall River Mills movie theaters, which were on the verge of closure because their owner couldn't afford costly digital conversion they needed.
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Haven Humane needs people to help train animals, assist with office work.
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How about adding a little bit of country to your Christmas? Shasta College will offer free hay rides, farm tours, visits with Santa, Christmas trees, poinsettias and items made or grown by students at this weekend's Country Christmas Fair.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Three old and gentle men will remember Saturday that sunny Sunday morning 72 years ago when they were young and fierce warriors.
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Letter to board alleges county violated federal land use laws by issues stop order on chapel.
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Game on: Redding Chess Club is staging scholastic and open chess tournaments this weekend. The club hopes to rev up interest in the classic game and is bringing in a teen chess champ to provide tips to young players.
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The California Air Resources Board heard plenty from the North State during a meeting in Redding today.
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Enterprise High football could be on the verge of being the first-ever local team to go to a Northern California championship game. But there's still a long road ahead to selection Sunday.
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College Student Get $24,000 In BitCoins By Holding Sign On ESPN A college student quickly made over $24,000 just by waving this sign on TV. Here’s the deal: Yesterday on ESPN’s “College GameDay” (an ESPN college football show that’s filmed at a different college campus each week) some student held the above
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A Dunsmuir man who received a 25-years-to-life sentence under California's three strikes law has been granted clemency.
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Well, this is interesting. SACRAMENTO - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today signed a tribal-state gaming compact between the State of California and the Karuk Tribe. The Karuk Tribe is the second largest tribe in California with approximately 3,700 members...
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Paramedics and officers with the California Highway Patrol are at a crash of a vehicle hitting a tree that may have left the occupants trapped.
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Anderson Police say the residents of a home on the 1500 block of Bruce Street found a car thief inside their vehicle this morning.
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RED BLUFF - A 32-year-old Red Bluff man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly used a stolen credit card to rent a motel room, police said.
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HAYFORK - Trinity County sheriff's deputies are on the lookout for two men who allegedly robbed Wednesday two others at gunpoint.
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North State Snow Watch Update: 12/5/2013: Here’s our latest update on the impending doom that is the North State Snowacolypse! Enjoy and don’t forget to use the form below to report snow sighting along with the accumulation details. The post
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I just filled 22 boxes with stuff my son left behind. He’s in boot camp right now, probably marching about in a chill wind blowing off Lake Michigan as he prepares for his life in the US Navy. People ask if I miss him, and I tell them that I will when I realize that [...]
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A 26-year-old Redding man was arrested Wednesday after police said he waged a one-man crime spree against a number of Redding businesses.
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Firefighters quickly contained this morning a vegetation fire after burn piles got of control off Old Oregon Trail at Tarcy Way in northern Redding.
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Well UPS is up to it again! You would think the UPS and FedEx drivers would realize that in this day and age there are cameras everywhere! It’s about time FedEx and UPS put their heads together and perhaps merge their two companies and call it FedUp. The post
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Every year since 1980 I have made a trek up into the mountains to cut a Christmas tree. Gary suggested that we go to a different area than the one I have been going to, so I duly got the permit and the maps, and we headed north on Sunday. The maps they give you initially look helpful, but when you are driving u
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You ever find yourself walking when all of the sudden the beat drops and you get crunk? The post Ostrich Pop Locks and Drops It appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Two Tehama County men were arrested Wednesday after a search warrant was served at their Josephine Street residence.
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Two Red Bluff teenagers were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of battery and challenging another teen to fight upon a school campus, police announced today.
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This is not from the Onion, but apparently a real program in Amsterdam: AMSTERDAM -- After more than a decade out of work because of a back injury and chronic alcoholism, Fred Schiphorst finally landed a job last year and...
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Expect a cold Thursday morning with patchy frost and freezing conditions. A hard freeze warning is in effect through 9 a.m. Friday as overnight lows dip below freezing. Thursday should be about 47 degrees under sunny skies. A slight chance of rain and snow will hit early Friday after 4 a.m., forecasters said. Rain, possibly
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“Jane is Plain” is artist Salisha Lloyd’s one-girl design studio for handmade and recycled items. Lloyd produces all of her “lovely goodies” from one of a kind, unique, vintage and reclaimed jewelry pieces, baby clothes, adult apparel, accessories, and anything else that might strike her fancy.
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Christmas is indeed merry for the Oak Ridge Boys, and it’s a high-mileage season as well. The venerable Tennessee troubadours have been on the road, hard, since early November and will finally give the bus a break on Dec. 22 in Green Bay, Wis.
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Had a truly memorable pizza the other night — a delicious 10-inch cooked-to-perfection Smokey Basil that emerged in about three minutes from the nearly 800-degree wood-fired oven at Bruciante, the year-old drive-through pizza kiosk just north of IHOP on Hilltop Drive in Redding.
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In 1913: Ed Blunden recently saw a white deer while he was making his rounds as a ditch tender for the Lagrange mining company. He had no gun and could not capture the rare prize.
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These, from the PPIC, might be the most depressing two sentences I've read in a poll report this year, if not in my adult life. When asked to characterize themselves, 40 percent of Californians today say they are among the...
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Preview of the Harlan Carter Invitational boys basketball tournament, running Thursday through Saturday at Enterprise High.
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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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Redding Police say they've caught another of Shasta's Most Wanted.
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By:Maytal Espino “Dr. Fard you’re throwing chocolate at me, but I don’t think its sincere, I think you just want to throw chocolate at my face.” -A
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“Are College Relationships Built to Last?”       by Shannon Koga           Y
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It's no longer there but it used to stand on the east side of the road across from the Manton bar and store. I don't know who the man sitting on the wooden box is behind the horses, but I...
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Redding Police said today they arrested two men, one following a chase, suspected of robbing a man under the guise of a drug deal.
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Grizzlies vs Los Angeles Clippers
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Volunteers and staff members from Whiskeytown National Recreation Area gathered Wednesday to decorate the Camden House to prepare for the Old Time Holiday celebration on Saturday.
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Francie Sullivan offered an olive branch to defuse a spat over the pecking order on the Redding City Council. Two colleagues couldn't quite grab it.
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An U.S. Agency for International Development contractor is a prisoner of the Cuban regime -- and of a politically hogtied American policy.
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A very interesting and lively discussion at today's Assembly hearing on water in Redding, where a handful of Democratic members from out of the area learned just how passionate North State residents are about the issue. There were also productive...
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The Redding area has miles of trails, from easy to challenging, with something for everyone.
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Gifts of your time and help often appreciated by seniors.
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In-N-Out Burger has decided to not move forward with plans to open a second location in Redding.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A holiday classic gets an urban twist in the hip-hop production, "The Nutcracker Remix" at Sequoia Middle School in Redding. It's part of an effort to get kids moving and connected to school.
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If the remaining financial puzzle pieces fall into place, construction on the 75-apartment complex in south Redding could start as soon as next year.
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The Cottonwood man suspected of running a red light Tuesday that triggered a crash that claimed the life of a 69-year-old Redding grandmother was convicted last year of driving through another red traffic light, according to public records.
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Ever since Stilts died in 2009, Turtle Bay officials have been interested in getting another burrowing owl to join its menagerie of 100 other wild animals. He finally arrived at the end of November.
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Members of the committee, invited speakers and members of the public talked about water issues facing California and possible solutions, including building more dams, conserving water, forest management and groundwater overpumping.
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My doped-up neighbor tried to strangle my dog, and was only stopped at gunpoint by my neighbor. He was out of jail before the officer completed the paperwork. This has to end.
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Preview of the Anderson High girls basketball Tip-Off Classic, running Thursday through Saturday.
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The Northern Valley Catholic Social Service building on Washington Street in Redding is being evacuated this evening after smoke was smelled on the third floor. However, it was quickly determined that just a minor electrical problem in the kitchen caused the smell, and most fire units being sent there were canceled.
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Authorities say no one was hurt in a crash this afternoon at the interchange from Highway 44's eastbound lanes to northbound Interstate 5.
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I live here and still find downtown Redding's traffic pattern an infuriating challenge. Can't imagine what impression it leaves on visitors to town, like this fellow who recently posted some dash-cam footage on YouTube....
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Firefighters quickly contained two blazes after they were reported at about 3:17 p.m. shoulder of the on ramp from Lake Boulevard to southbound Interstate 5.
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SHASTA COUNTY – Shasta County is expecting extremely low temperatures in the next few days, but you can stay safe and healthy by planning ahead, staying inside and keeping warm. The homeless and older adults are especially susceptible to the dangers of cold weather. Other groups at risk include infants, people who work or
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Shasta County Secret Witness has issued two rewards for information leading to an arrest in two crimes this week.
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Authorities are searching for two men who allegedly tied up residents and stole their marijuana and guns at a Hayfork home.
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A two-vehicle crash in Happy Valley sent one teenager to the hospital this afternoon.
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Peeps - if you would like a Christmas card from me, please leave me your address in a message (which will be screened so no one else will see it). This is totally no strings attached - I am not asking for anything in return. I just like sending Christmas cards!
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In-N-Out Burger will not pursue plans to open a second location in Redding, the property owner said today. The Southern California-based franchise submitted a pre-application to the city’s Planning Department for a location at the South Bonnyview Road Interstate 5 interchange about three months ago.
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In Decembers past I baked and wrapped and entertained  like a crazy woman. For most of my adult decades, December was the month of sleep-deprivation and financial over-extension and total stress. No more. Now, my goal is to be judicious about where I put my energy, money and time. As a foodie, I will att
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Captain Picard Sings Let It Snow: Even Patrick Stewart can’t contain his excitement about the possibility of snow in the valley on Friday. Enjoy Captain Picard’s rendition of let it snow. The post Captain Picard Sings Let It Snow
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List of support groups in the North State.
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Charles Ornstein of ProPublica hangs around Covered California board meetings so he can uncover telling nuggets like this one: During a recent meeting, officials at Covered California, the state's much-touted health insurance marketplace, made a pretty stark admission: Half of...
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A week of winter-like weather ahead! A very cold airmass from Canada has moved over NorCal causing freezing temperatures. Early Thursday morning will be colder with widespread valley temperatures in the mid to upper 20s. Residents should protect vegetation, animals, and ensure that pipes are well insulated. Another co
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A Red Bluff couple were arrested on suspicion of grand theft Tuesday after they collected $2,000 from a Redding woman to rent property in the Cottonwood area.
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Realistic Morgan Freeman Portrait On Ipad: Painted by Kyle Lambert www.kylelambert.co.uk The world’s most realistic finger painting. Using only a finger, an iPad Air and the app Procreate, artist Kyle Lambert has painted a photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman. Original Photograph Taken by Scott Gries –
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Brian Williams Raps Snoop Dogg: There’s no better way to start off your hump day this week than to watch Brian Williams rap. Jimmy plays a mashup of NBC News anchor Brian Williams rapping Snoop Dogg’s verse from the classic Dr. Dre song “Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang.” The post
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While I was fretting about whether to leave my sprinkler system on or turn it off as temps plunge into the 20s later this week, activist Chris Solberg brought me back to reality with this e-mail he sent to local...
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We don’t often feature manufactured homes here at FDotD, but this one is on a nice plot of land. At this price, you could always use the MFD temporarily while building a nicer home on the property. No interior images are provided. Which generally means one thing, as regular readers of FDotD are all
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Another of Shasta’s Most Wanted has turned himself in to authorities.
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Expect a chilly day Wednesday with a high temperature that won’t hit 50 degrees. A north-northeast wind of about 9 to 14 mph with 18-mph gusts will also blow through Redding, which could reach 49 degrees. The night will drop to about 28 with patchy frost expected. A hard freeze warning is in effect from midnight Thursday
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Seeking a neutral voice to lead the city during an election year, Redding City Councilwoman Francie Sullivan relinquished her prospective term as mayor for 2014 and asked Rick Bosetti to hold the largely ceremonial post for a second straight year. In a 3-2 split that broke along a now-customary division, Sullivan, Bosetti a
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EUREKA (AP) — Crab fishermen on California's far north coast are keeping their boats tied to the dock in an effort to get a higher price from wholesalers.
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In 1913: The Bully Hill Copper Co. continued its experiments in a new process for extraction of zinc-copper ores. It reported the process had proved so generally satisfactory that it would be embodied in a large plant to be built near Delamar that next summer.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Surprising and gracious little speech City Councilwoman Francie Sullivan gave tonight nominating ... Rick Bosetti to be the mayor of Redding. Check it out here starting around 4:30. OK, because I like you guys, here's the relevant clip if you...
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Mayor Rick Bosetti will spend another year at the helm of the Redding City Council after the panel voted 3-2 to retain him and make council member Francie Sullivan the vice mayor Tuesday evening.
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See the three square concrete pieces in the Sacramento River? They are what the 9.6-mile-long conveyor belt to Coram stood on as it made its way from the Kutras gravel deposit to the base of Shasta Dam at Coram. The...
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At Redding city council meeting a few minutes ago Sullivan cleverly nominates Bosetti for second term as mayor. McArthur seconds. 3-2 vote with Jones and Cadd dissenting. Bosetti: "is someone going to ask me 1st" he jokes.— Joseph Szydlowski (@JSzydlowski_RS)...
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Here are the winners of this year's Record Searchlight Holiday Dessert contest. The first five recipes are published this week. Look for the other five next week.
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In a small but real step toward dealing with the Redding area's homelessness, the county is helping finance an affordable-housing complex with space for the mentally ill.
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In Great Britain, it's poor whites who fall miserably behind in school. What do they have in common with America's ghetto blacks? The politics of victimization.
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Why are people complaining about a law that -- like the seat belt requirement -- will save many, many lives?
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Twelve long years after Shasta Paper's bankruptcy, former employees received some of the money they were owed -- thanks to their union president, Sam Piearcy.
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Joyful Noel cookies Ingredients 1/2 cup butter 1/2 cup sugar 1 large egg 1 teaspoon orange extract 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 1/4 cup flour 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon soda 1 cup dark chocolate chips 3/4 cup coconut 3/4 cup maraschino cherries, quartered and drained Powder sugar Directions 1 Preheat oven to 350 degree
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Sherry Wine Cookies Ingredients 1 yellow packaged cake mix 1/2 cup cream sherry wine 1 egg 1/2 cup butter 1 teaspoon Nutmeg + 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 cup sugar Flour as needed Directions 1 Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. 2 In a large bowl, mix together the cake mix, sherry wine, egg, butter and 1 teaspoon nutmeg. Add in en
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Ingredients 4 egg whites 2/3 cup sugar 3 tablespoons gin 1 1/2 teaspoon grated lime peel 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon almond extract 1 14-ounce package flaked coconut 1/2 cup all-purpose flour 8 ounces white baking chocolate, melted Directions 1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2 In a small bowl, whisk together the first six
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Marble Cookies Ingredients 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup butter, softened 1 egg 1/2 cup sour cream 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups flour 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 1 cup semisweet chips Directions 1 Preheat oven to 300 degrees. 2 Cream butter and sugars. Add egg, vanilla and sour cream. Bea
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Caramel-Filled Chocolate Cookies Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon sugar, divided 1 cup packed brown sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 3/4 cup baking cocoa 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 1/4 cups chopped pecans, divided 1 13-ounce package Rolo candies 4 1-ounce squares w
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Ranger Cookies Ingredients 1/2 cup butter 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 cup flaked coconut 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 cup raisins, dried cherries, dried cranberries and chocolate chips 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1 egg 1 cup quick cooking oats Directions
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Pineapple Drop Cookies Ingredients 1 cup shortening 2 cups brown sugar 2 eggs 1 1/2 cups crushed drained pineapple 2 teaspoons vanilla 4 cups sifted flour 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons baking powder 2 cups oatmeal Directions 1 Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 2 Cream shortening and sugar. Add eggs and b
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Pumpkin 3-Chip Cookies Ingredients 1 cup salted butter, softened 1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1 egg 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 1 cup of 100 percent pumpkin 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon baking powder 2 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup white chocolate chips 1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1/2 cup m
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Cake Batter Cookies Ingredients 1 1/2 sticks of butter 3/4 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup white sugar 1 4-ounce package of instant vanilla pudding 3/4 cup yellow cake mix with butter 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 1/4 cups flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 container sprinkles Directions 1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2
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Persimmon Cookies
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Pineapple Coconut Cupcakes with Coconut Vanilla Buttercream Frosting Ingredients For the cupcakes: 1 box French Vanilla cake mix 1 cup water 3 eggs 1 8-ounce can crushed pineapple (the juice is a substitute for oil in this recipe) 3 teaspoons coconut extract 1/2 cup sweetened flaked coconut For the frosting: 1 cup unsalted
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Chocolate Cupcakes with Peppermint Filling and Peppermint Buttercream
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Butter Pecan Bars Ingredients For the crust: 2 cups flour 2/3 cup brown sugar 3/4 cup butter 1 cup chopped pecans For the topping: 1 8-ounce package cream cheese, softened 1/3 cup brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 2 tablespoons flour 2 eggs 6 ounces butterscotch chips 1 ounce unsweetened chocolate, melted Direction For the c
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Caramel Snickerdoodle Bars Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened 2 cups packed brown sugar 2 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup sugar 3 teaspoons cinnamon 2 13.4-ounce cans dulce de leche 12 ounces white baking chocolate, chopped 1/3 cup heavy whippin
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Smith Famous Lemon Bars
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The Redding City Council will vote on its new mayor this evening before council members decide whether to bar themselves from bringing up potential subjects for future meetings.
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The Tehama County Board of Supervisors voted today to put a ballot measure in front of its electorate about whether to leave the state of California.
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Well, just when you thought it might be safe to stop talking about the State of Jefferson, boosters report that the Tehama County supervisors agreed, by a 4-1 vote, to put a measure on the June ballot asking residents a...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES TRINITY RIVER — Just as almost everyone had given up on the fall salmon run, a surprise new batch of fresh Chinooks went through the Willow Creek Weir last week and was starting to show up at Del Loma toward the end of the week. Meanwhile, steelhe
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Divers on Body Retrieval Mission Find Survivor Cook is found alive while 11 of his mates drowned. Harrison Okene- Rescued from the sunken vessel Jascon 4 off Nigeria. Saturation divers preformed the task on the 28th May 2013 We usually post only Russian videos but this one was too good to pass up. LL search…
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The Assembly's Committee on Water, Parks and Wildlife -- whose membership includes the North State's own Assemblyman Brian Dahle, R-Bieber -- will meet in Redding tomorrow afternoon to gather "local perspectives" on the need for a 2014 water bond. The...
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Not in Redding or nearby, but down in the Los Angeles County city of Palmdale. This just blows my mind. Saying they came to power through "unlawful elections," a judge ordered the entire Palmdale City Council removed from office by...
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A two-vehicle crash this morning briefly blocked Hawthorne Avenue near Happy Valley Road this morning.
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Redding police this morning arrested a man on suspicion of drug-related charges after they stopped the SUV he was in over a safety issue, then allegedly found drugs and drug paraphernalia on him.
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Redding Snow Alert: Alright so I took a look at our 5 day forecast and they are calling for possible snow showers on Friday. It’s on the internet so it must be true besides I can feel it in my bones it’s gonna happen. Prepare for Snowacolypse. The post
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Join Slow Food Shasta Cascade celebrating local food on Tuesday December 10 (Terra Madre Day!) at Enjoy the Store, 6pm. Sample food and meet some of our local farmers and producers. This short video is about Slow Food's Terra Madre held in Italy every 2 years. Find out about Slow Food's Ark of Taste. Saving [...]
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A woman was killed this morning on Highway 273 near Westwood Avenue when the sedan she was driving was broadsided by an SUV in south Redding.
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Recorded by Faroese national television (kvf.fo) on 26. nov. 2013. The whale died from natural causes, as it entered too shallow waters and was not able to escape. It was left for two days in the water, so the intestines had started to ferment and rot. This resulted in a pressure buildup, as can be… The p
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Q. What is the journey of the soul? Do you think we get one life or many? Do we live an afterlife? ... a pre-life? It seems like with all the good God does in this world in this life that we can trust ourselves to God for all other questions about the realm beyond life. The Bible uses layers of varied metaphors to talk abou
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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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Back in the Space Age, they named Redding streets using astronomical terms.
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Five people, including three who were stopped leaving the Walmart parking lot in a reportedly stolen vehicle, were arrested early this morning by Anderson police.
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There’s a lot written about charitable giving. I don’t know about you, but there is seldom a day goes by, that I don’t receive some sort of solicitation in the mail ... and don’t even get me started on the phone calls. Well, this is sort of a different slant on charitable giving. As the [...]
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Mostly sunny skies are predicted for Redding today, but there’s going to be a chilly nip in the air, meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. Today’s high will be around 53 degrees with a 6 to 13 mph north wind expected. Tonight’s low should be around 31 degrees. A patchy frost is on tap bef
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The National Weather Service has issued a 'hard freeze watch' for the Central Valley, from Redding to Modesto.
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In 1913: Authorities suspected a vicious person placed a drug in the drinking water to poison nearly 150 ducks and chickens in the Western Hotels' poultry yard. Coming at the holiday season, the financial loss was an especially severe one. The hotel manager started a quiet investigation to find the culprit.
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A brief look at local news from around the North State.
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If even federal employees on short-term furlough find themselves needing emergency loans from retirement funds, what do the rest of us have saved?
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Local author and retired game warden shares early memory of a magical moment at wildlife refuge.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Mayor Rick Bosetti wants to cancel until after next year's November elections the part of each council meeting during which members discuss what they want to talk about at their next meeting.
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Shasta County officials are looking for qualified applicants to fill three seats on separate county advisory boards.
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The visitor center has closed for the first time at the southwest entrance to Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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A Shingletown man has rang bells for the Salvation Army for well over a decade now, hoping to raise money for a worthy cause during the holiday season.
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Unexpected delays mean Redding's annual Christmas tree is back in its familiar spot this year.
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More young Shasta County children ate fast food at least once in the week before they were surveyed than their peers statewide, but older children seemed to be eating somewhat healthier, according to county data collected locally in a similar study.
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This year we are happy to announce our 14th annual Christmas Home Tour sponsored by the Cottonwood Community Library and for the first time partnering with the Cottonwood Community Center sponsoring a luncheon. Tickets are $20 each and include a self-guided tour of 5 homes in the Cottonwood area along with a luncheon served
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A review of The Horrible Hunger of the Ravenous Wattle Gobbler -- also known as "The Borderlands 2 Head Hunters Dlc Pack 2" for the PS3.
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The sirens scream and everyone scurries to the bomb shelters. Well, not everyone. A young girl named Johanna Marie remains in the kitchen. The Before Alarm warns that bomber planes have left England on their way to Germany. Although just a teenager, Johanna has an important job to do. She watches the oven, and monitors pots
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Gifts for Good Offers Holiday Gift Faire With a Twist Kick off the holiday season by spending the afternoon at the only place in town where you can shop, make gifts, listen to great holiday music, snack on delicious refreshments AND help make our world a better place!!
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Eastbound Highway 44 is blocked this evening between Interstate 5 and Turtle Bay Exploration Park in Redding after two cars crashed there.
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It is absolutely inevitable that groups are going to try to clone a human being. But they are going to create a lot of dead and dying babies along the way.
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An uplifting account of a local firefighter serving you proudly with a personal story of heroism. From Handicapped to Hero.
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List of support groups in the North State.
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Back in early November, I pointed out that commercial use of drone aircraft to shoot video is currently illegal. Here is a video of a drone video maker currently being sued by the FAA for commercial usage. He faces a rather steep $10,000 fine: This cou
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Reports of a stabbing this afternoon on Pine Street in downtown Redding were unfounded.
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COTTONWOOD — Tools and other items valued at $2,500 were stolen from a Cottonwood area property between Oct. 15 and Saturday, Tehama County sheriff’s deputies reported today.
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Here’s a foreclosed home in south Redding that seems to be flooring challenged.
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Gifts for Good is an annual community holiday gift faire that has raised over $40,000 over the past 6 years for local and global organizations doing good in our community and around the globe. This unique event adds a twist to the traditional gift faire because it allows people an opportunity to purchase beautiful and [...]
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(Redding, Ca.) A traditional Christmas – decorations around the house, a tree brimming with ornaments and gifts, a special, hearty meal to cap it off— may be just a dream for families struggling to make ends meet. That’s why Northern Valley Catholic Social Services (NVCSS) has worked for more than a decade to give the
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Up on North Market Street just at the western foot of Sulphur Creek Hill stands a now-empty building. For years it housed El Papagayo, then another restaurant that escapes Femme de Joie's memory just now, followed by Catanio's. M. de Joie only visited Catanio's once; she remembers it fondly as an upscale Italian restaurant
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a 50 percent chance of rain today in Redding mainly after 11 a.m. Otherwise, it should be partly sunny with a high around 61 degrees. At night, there's an expected 30 percent chance of showers and a high of 39 degrees. Tuesday should be mostly sunny and in the low 50s.
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Helicopter rescues woman at park
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A hike in Anderson River Park was no walk in the park Sunday for one woman who became lost and had to be rescued by law enforcement and helicopter crews.
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An Anderson man was arrested Sunday afternoon after police chased him into a backyard shed.
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Critics of the nuclear deal with Iran say tough sanctions worked and tougher sanctions would have worked better. But that takes world action, and the major nations are far from united.
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The runaround we endured after a month without mail offers a hint about why the U.S. Postal Service is running in the red.
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Stan Statham, beating the drum again to divide the state, points to a study saying two Californias could each stand alone. But that analysis has nothing to do with the State of Jefferson.
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In the Inwood Valley, they don’t just drink the water. They study it.
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SANTA ANA — More than two years after his son died in a violent confrontation with police, Ron Thomas still hears the echoes of that night.
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Politico.com reports here: In recent months the company has shaken up its senior public relations staff, upped its relationship with one of the nation's largest public relations firms and helped launch a website designed to combat the fallacies surrounding genetically...
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Lewis Brewster arrived in northern California in the early 1870s and went to work as a Wells Fargo stagecoach driver. In 1878 he homesteaded 160 acres near Burney and built the Brewster Stage Station on Tamarac Road in 1881 which...
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No, not another trip to the mall or big box city...something for the whole family with some local history thrown in. Click on picture to see enlarged image of flyer....
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A 61-year-old Redding woman was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving Saturday evening after she backed her Lexus into a parked Anderson police car, officers said.
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Anderson police say a wanted man was caught in the city early this morning thanks to an anonymous citizen who gave a police officer a ride as the suspect was getting away.
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Today is expected to be mostly sunny with a high near 71 degrees, the National Weather Service reports.
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Defending champion and No. 1 Enterprise High football hosted No. 2 Paradise Saturday in the Northern Section Division I title game.
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No. 1 West Valley High football met third-seeded Central Valley Saturday night in the Northern Section Division II championship game.
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Emergency personnel are going to the 13500 block of Platina Road tonight after getting a report of a traffic collision between a motorcycle and a Chevy Avalanche.
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In 1913: Nearly 150 ducks and chickens in the poultry yards adjoining the Western Hotel owned by E.L. Cordi were poisoned. Early in the morning the fowls began to keel over and did not rise again. Coming at the holiday season the financial loss was severe for Cordi. Traces of a foreign substance, possibly cyanide of potassi
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The No. 1 West Valley High football team defeated rival and No. 3 Central Valley tonight by a score of 56-28 in Cottonwood.
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The No. 1 Enterprise High football team claimed the Northern Section Division I championship tonight after beating the No. 2 Paradise Bobcats 40-14 at Enterprise Community Stadium.
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A roundup of local sports results and briefs.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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Where is freedom of expression being protected? In Siskiyou County's small claims court.
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How did Baby Boomers go from fighting for civil rights and marijuana use to being so anti-cannabis?
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Sandy Hook mass murderer Adam Lanza's mother loved him deeply, but was just as deeply misguided in giving this troubled young man access to guns.
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Sundial bridge put Redding on map 10 years ago.
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In Shasta County, domestic violence has become an epidemic. But a community united can take steps to stop it.
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Hype about the "knockout game" traffics in the same recycled racist mythology about young black men.
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They repair books, read to kids and teach computers, among other tasks that keep the library operating smoothly.
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Date of birth: June 19, 1960 Height: 5 feet, 9 inches Weight: 170 pounds Gray hair, blue eyes Charge: Vehicle theft
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Date of birth: Sept. 22, 1988 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Weight: 140 pounds Brown hair, hazel eyes Charge: Threats
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Date of birth: March 7, 1983 Height: 5 feet, 11 inches Weight: 185 pounds Black hair, brown eyes Charge: Possessing stolen property
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Date of birth: Jan. 6, 1987 Height: 5 feet, 11 inches Weight: 165 pounds Brown hair, blue eyes Charge: Possessing stolen property
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Date of birth: March 29, 1989 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Weight: 192 pounds Brown hair, hazel eyes Charge: Burglary
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Shasta’s Most Wanted, a Record Searchlight program presented in cooperation with the Redding and Anderson police departments and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office, targets people who have failed to show up in court for sentencing after being convicted of a crime.
Dear Babe: A friend passed away. His daughter and I are attempting to evaluate his large collection of baseball cards. Using a Beckett price guide, we have been able to get an approximate value of most, but we have been unable to find info on the following: Ted Williams 1941 Play Ball Sports that says “Blony Bubble gum”
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Los Molinos farm hosts fair featuring local food and crafts you can buy or trade for.
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Supervisors to vote on budget changes, various appointments and other matters as end of year nears.
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Cookies with Santa and a Christmas camp on calendar.
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This time, mom puts aside chores and spends day tending to child.
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Son-in-law learns about rash of thefts the hard way.
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At its meeting on Tuesday evening, the Redding City Council picks a new mayor, who'll succeed Rick Bosetti. Will it be Vice Mayor Patrick Jones? A little hard to imagine Bosetti voting for him given the inexplicable and very public...
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ANDERSON — The Homespun Christmas and Craft Fair is back in Anderson for a fifth year offering a festive atmosphere as it seeks toy and gift donations for needy kids around the North State.
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auntconi asked for the recipe for the potato dish Gary made for Thanksgiving. This is from The Sandwich King on Food Network, where he calls it "Mom's Mashed Potatoes a la King." He says it makes 4 servings - 4 servin
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Fire crews have contained a vegetation fire in the 1300 block of Jaybird Way near Bear Mountain Road.
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Police are looking for a person that stole a guitar from a home yesterday after hitting the resident several times.
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The Homespun Christmas and Craft Fair is back in Anderson for a fifth year offering a festive atmosphere as it seeks toy and gift donations for needy kids around the North State.
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Interested bell ringers need no prior experience to volunteer.
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The average number of vehicle thefts in Red Bluff has more than doubled in recent months.
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Here’s a foreclosed reverse mortgage home from 2001 in lovely Meridian Pointe.
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It is the eve of December. The first frosts arrived on the valley floor only recently, but multiple hard frosts that will knock our tender plants down is in the forecast for the coming week. The air is crisp, the deciduous trees and shrubs are on the last run of their circle through the seasons [...]
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Sons of Italy will hold a bocce ball tournament today at Big League Dreams in Redding to raise money for Adopt-A-Family.
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The weekend promises to be mostly sunny before Monday brings a 30 percent chance of showers in the Redding area, the National Weather Service says.
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In 1913: The Anderson and Bella Vista train derailed three cars of lumber near Palo Cedro. Authorities expected it would take two or three days to clear the track.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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yummydeb asked for Thanksgiving photos, so here they are! Cherry cream cheese pie. Gary's fabulous potato & celery root casserol
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Preview of the Northern Section Division II championship game between the No. 3 Central Valley Falcons and the No. 1 West Valley Eagles at The Pasture in Cottonwood, Saturday at 7 p.m.
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A judge's decision to block the California High Speed Rail Authority from launching construction without a solid business plan protects the taxpayers from the potentail for disastrous waste.
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Those who clean up this town and shaped my young mind deserve a hand.
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Small Business Saturday is a way to support the Main Street shops that build communities.
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An Anderson man sentenced in 2009 to more than six years in prison following a wild pursuit near Shasta Dam faces a new slew of criminal charges.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Holiday shopping kicks off.
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Filter water from rainspouts with pantyhose to keep it clean.
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Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday? Local nonprofit One Safe Place is urging area residents to donate this Tuesday as part of a new national movement to help out charities during the holiday season.
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White covering protects against scalding and insects.
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Ron Burch and his wife own and operate Cold Creek Farm, a place where organic produce is grown and cabins are available to rent for a bucolic getaway.
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Redding Mayor Rick Bosetti will ask the City Council to consider suspending until after next year’s election, the last segment of its open meetings in which members can bring up topics for future discussion.
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Black Friday took on a different hue in the city of Mount Shasta this year.
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No end seen to drought-like conditions in California. From the Bee: Despite a hint of rain and snow in the forecast next week, the Sacramento region and California as a whole can expect a third dry winter ahead That's according...
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The mystery photo is the Smith ranchhouse that once stood on the Shasta College campus. Shasta College purchased the Smith ranch and built the college on the property. The house stood in front of the theatre building on the knoll...
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California lawmakers and statewide elected officials will have a little extra cash in their pockets this holiday season, with their paychecks set to rise starting Sunday.
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Whose old ranchhouse was this? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $25 gift certificate and an award certificate with your name and the mystery photo. Guesses...
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I am thankful for so many things: My wife, my children, my faith, my friends, and for my brothers - all 5 of them. We will all be together with our families at Christmas, but as for Thanksgiving, Liz, Mac
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So argues NYU history professor Jonathan Zimmerman in a Washington Post op-ed here. He wants presidential term limits repealed. Excerpt: When Ronald Reagan was serving his second term, some Republicans briefly floated the idea of removing term limits so he...
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Practically lived on 'em. Lucky I'm not diabetic. Hadn't had one in years. Couldn't resist the "Fresh baked maple bars" sign outside the Adin Supply Co. (est. 1906) on a recent trip through Modoc County....
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Did you ever think that it would be like this? The price you pay for love. Did you ever think that it would feel like this? The price you pay for love. The price you pay, willingly. The price you pay, willingly. -Eliza Gilkyson I am a deeply flawed human being. I know this. And [...]
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Here's a list of what's open and closed today
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Forecasters predict a warm, sunny Black Friday in Redding. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 68 degrees and a low tonight of 44 degrees. Saturday should be slightly warmer and Sunday is expected to be similar as well, though rain is possible that night.
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In 1913: A state highway engineer had been working on a highway route just south of Sisson, making a few changes. As the highway was previously routed, it would run directly through the barn of Wood & Sheldon and through the residence of Charles Flood. Those and a few other slight changes have been made.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Want to add a dose of the season's true spirit to your shopping trip? Adopt a family.
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For all the gnashing of teeth over the lack of comity and civility in Washington, the real problem is not etiquette but the breakdown of constitutional norms.
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Our city takes pains to make itself graceful. Why don't these two prominent Cypress Avenue car dealers?
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The city would be wrong to allow a call center where parking is already scarce for existing users.
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Adults 55 and older sought for volunteer duties.
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Eyewitnesses share their encounters with what they say was a sasquatch.
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Also, join a couple of hikes this weekend.
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A proposal for Redding’s new police station remains on track for January bidding with some slight modifications to the facility emerging in the past month.
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Margo Siebers is heading up a petition drive to get postal officials to reconsider closing the Summit City branch in Shasta Lake.
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The details of that fateful day 50 years ago remain vivid today.
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Hundreds of poor and homeless people were treated to a Thanksgiving feast at Grilla Bites in downtown Redding Thursday.
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Thousands spent part of their Thanksgiving running in Shasta Regional Medical Center's 28th Annual Turkey Trot in Redding Thursday morning.
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Previewing the Northern Section Division I football championship between No. 1 Enterprise Hornets and No. 2 Paradise Bobcats.
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Nearly 6,000 boxes of gifts will be distributed to needy children throughout the world thanks to North State residents who pitched in with the Operation Christmas Child program this year.
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Dear Babe: A friend passed away. His daughter and I are attempting to evaluate his large collection of baseball cards. Using a Beckett price guide, we have been able to get an approximate value of most, but we have been unable to find info on the following: Ted Williams 1941 Play Ball Sports that says “Blony Bubble gum”
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Yours truly's contributions to today's big feast -- a salad and gingerbread. Hope you have a happy one!...
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Louise Harrison, who lives very modestly in rural Missouri, is thankful for what little she has and doesn't seem bitter that she didn't get a piece of the former Beatle's reported $300 million fortune. Online commenters, of course, have lots...
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In 1962 my mother, sisters and I lived on East Street, in a house that's long gone. Across the street was a two-story Victorian house with rounded windows and a palm tree out front. I thought it was a mansion. That house is gone, too. In its place is the Kiwanis House, a place for [...]
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The Pentagon’s central payroll and accounting office, which pays out tens of billions of dollars a year to U.S. service members and defense contractors worldwide, likes to boast of a decade worth of clean audits by outside firms hired to check its books.
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Dr. Jose Manuel Mireles dons a white lab coat and attends to patients at a clinic during the day. But during off hours, he has a second calling: chief of a ragtag band of armed vigilantes who are trying to keep gangsters out of the small city of Tepalcatepec.
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Here's what's open and closed today and Friday.
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It's going to be a partly sunny, relatively warm Thanksgiving today in Redding, according to National Weather Service forecasters. Forecasters predict a high of 68 degrees and a low tonight of 45 degrees. Gentle 5 mph winds are expected to blow through the area as well. The rest of the week will be very similar, until a cha
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Memorial services for Donald Domke will be held at 11 a.m. on Fri., Dec. 20 at the Veteran's Cemetery in Igo. A reception will follow at 1 p.m. at the Riverview Country Club. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts can be made to Mercy Foundation North, Cardiac Services, 2400 Washington Ave., Redding, CA, 96001, or "Plant a Tree
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It’s a busy weekend dinner hour and all the tables are full at Gironda’s Restaurant & Bar in west Redding. You’ll have to make a left turn and hang out in the bar. Oh, darn…
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Artist Katie Nichols considers herself a lifelong artist, but she really began to develop her identity as a serious conceptual artist more recently. The inspiration and subject matter for her bodies of work have evolved as Nichols has gone through the joys and difficulties of life, including marriage, the loss of a parent,
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It’s easy for the holidays to slip into overwhelm mode with more shopping, more lights, more events and more of everything. In the case of “A Cascade Christmas,” however, more is a good thing.
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Would be remiss to let the year end without acknowledging the 75th anniversary of Jack’s Grill, that iconic and never-changing steakhouse on California Street in downtown Redding.
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In 1913: Commencing that Dec. 1, the Redding free bridge would be closed from noon to 4 p.m. every day except Saturday, when the bridge would be open all day.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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No. 1 Maxwell won the NSCIF Division IV championship football game Wednesday night after defeating No. 3 Fall River 35-7.
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Redding police say they arrested a man on post-release community supervision this afternoon because he had numerous drugs in his possession, as well as a gun.
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It's a blessing to live in this beautiful place -- and among those who in their different ways work to make it better.
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Enough of the red vs. blue -- what brings us together this season?
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This vegetarian version of old staple packs in the flavor.
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Exercise might help you feel better and maintain your weight when pregnant.
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Look for the little things to be grateful for on Thanksgiving and the rest of the year.
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Preview of the CIF state prep cross country championships on Saturday in Fresno.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A widowed mother of five young children struggles to put their lives back together.
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When Don Domke retired after a distinguished career with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, his work was hardly over.
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Outdoors columnist and author Tom Stienstra has lost his small claims court lawsuit alleging that a Siskiyou County blogger defamed him.
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Cal Fire is not releasing any new information on the investigation into the Clover Fire, which has been underway since the fire broke out in September.
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A Shasta County Superior Court judge today dismissed murder and other criminal charges against a Redding man accused of fatally shooting a Shasta Lake man in the back, citing insufficient evidence.
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A Bella Vista woman accused of shooting her husband as he sat on a toilet in their home pleaded not guilty to attempted murder and other charges today.
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300 volunteers help Good News Rescue Mission fill bellies with holiday cheer, turkey and pie.
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Sixth-graders aren't too young to think seriously about gratitude, these letters from Parsons Junior High students show.
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Next week's Redding City Council agenda has a jewel of a discussion item: Mayor Bosetti's Recommendation: Temporarily remove Item 11 - Suggestions from Council Members Relative to Topics for Future City Council Meetings from future City Council agendas until after...
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If there’s one day of the year where you can eat to your heart’s (and stomach’s) content, Thanksgiving is it. Don’t worry about your diet and usher in the holiday season with your fill of food.
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The BLIND BULLDOG BLOG: Blind Bulldog Gives Thanks…: THIS IS GREAT - and just in from one of our MIA contributors!!!!  WHO ARE THE  FAMILY LAW INDUSTRIALISTS ?  We Must All Give thanks...
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THIS IS GREAT - and just in from one of our MIA contributors!!!! WHO ARE THE FAMILY LAW INDUSTRIALISTS? We Must All Give Thanks For Divorce Corp:
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A judge has dismissed a murder case and ordered the release of Johnny Paul Bass, the 51-year-old Redding man who had been charged in the shooting death of a Shasta Lake man.
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...imagine if they were in your backyard or in your neighbor's backyard. That's what this documentary, "Windfall," is about. Worth watching on Netflix. Here's the trailer:...
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We haven’t seen all that much of it here in the greater Redding market, but Chinese buyers are having an impact on California real estate to the south of us. Check out this brief video from MSNBC, as brought to my attention by blogger Marc Beauchamp:
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I’ve been waiting (impatiently I must say) to finally get a chance to visit Fall River Brewery’s new taproom. Located in the Cypress Square shopping center, the taproom has a clean urban feel, with low and high top tables, as well as a long L shaped bar. Enlarged photos of the brewing process adorn the [...]
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Two people were arrested Tuesday night in Tehama County after leading deputies on a chase in a reported stolen Volkswagen
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Because you deserve to own 1.5 square miles of planet earth in a lovely natural setting with a fabulous home. A foreclosure listing broker could go their whole career and never get anything as nice as this home to sell.
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An artist remembers family motor trips back in the Fifties. Including the Giant Orange restaurants. Maybe Turtle Bay could arrange a showing of his work....
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An Anderson man was arrested this morning after authorities said he was caught trying to steal a tractor and trailer from The Home Depot in Red Bluff.
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A trailer that came off a semi-truck is affecting the morning commute in south Redding. The truck is at Breslauer Way and Eastside Road, according to dispatch reports. Crews are waiting for a tow truck to move the detached trailer.
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Today we chat with Baran Galocy of Redding. He's a licensed electrical contractor who worked in the solar industry for many years. His work last year on a computer-controlled LED grow light morphed into two parallel concept companies, CompuGrow and CompuMilieu (say "mew").   Q: Baran, many people know you as the s
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Colorado voters overwhelmingly approved a plan for taxing their state’s legal marijuana market earlier this month. And Washington state will start issuing licenses to retailers next month to sell recreational marijuana.
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At soon as Luo Yuannan heard about the change in China’s one-child law, she began to calculate when it would be best for her 2 1/2-year-old son to get a baby sister, because, like many modern Chinese women, Luo is pining for a girl.
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Here’s a list of what’s open and closed Thursday and Friday.
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a high today of 64 degrees under partly sunny skies in the Redding area. The low tonight will drop to 45 degrees. Prepare for a relatively warm and sunny Thanksgiving Thursday, with a high of 68 degrees.
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Ready or not, tomorrow is Thanksgiving. Before I write another word, I have an important message for you: Do NOT use the self-cleaning feature on your oven before Thanksgiving. Trust me on this one. Don't use that self-cleaning feature, even if you're having company, and you're mortified to let anyone see the
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In 1913: Clarence Sherman, whose wife disappeared when she went on a trip to the Bay a week ago and was presumably the companion of Bert Quackenbush, a Castella saloon man, returned without his wife and with little hope. He failed in his mission to find either the woman or the man.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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No. 3 Fall River High football plays at top-seeded Maxwell in the Northern Section Division III championship Wednesday night.
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No. 7 Enterprise hosts No. 2 Sacred Heart Cathedral in a CIF NorCal Division III quarterfinal volleyball match.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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No. 6 West Valley High volleyball hosted third-seeded Soquel in a CIF NorCal Division IV quarterfinal.
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Kevin Askeland's "North State Notes" column breaks down Northern Section high school sports from both a current and historical perspective.
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A preschooler, his eyes opened to the poor, launched an inspiring pajama drive so no kids would have to shiver through the night.
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Thomas Sowell's random thoughts on the passing scene.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Our families are smaller, our appetites restrained -- Thanksgiving just doesn't feel so big any more.
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A group of Redding businesses are fighting crime and loitering by cleaning up.
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All but one of the local hospitals that submitted a third-quarter financial report to the state kept their bottom lines positive this quarter. But Mayers Memorial Hospital still made significant growth this quarter, nearly getting itself out of the red.
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Witnesses to a fight that ultimately led to the death of a Shasta Lake man are being re-interviewed because their statements don’t mesh with each other and the physical evidence, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
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Sales tax revenue generated in the city of Redding during the first two quarters of this year was up slightly.
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A 51-year-old Redding man should know Wednesday whether he’ll be ordered to stand trial on charges he shot a Shasta Lake man to death earlier this month.
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Authorities don't know how a 15-year-old girl fell 100 feet from a cliff above the Sacramento River.
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Remember the tale of the prominent NorCal outdoors writer who sued the fly-fishing blogger over an years-old post noting his arrest on marijuana charges? The blogger got the case dismissed, and victorious defendant Tom Chandler lays out his side of...
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Authorities were trying to determine how a 15-year-old girl, who was found this morning, fell off a cliff near the Sundial Bridge.
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Celebrities Read Mean Tweets Jimmy Kimmel Live – Celebrities Read Mean Tweets #5 It’s easy for the public to tweet harsh things directly to celebrities without recognizing that stars can have their feelings hurt too. To put a face on this unsavory activity, we asked some famous people to read some of the meanest t
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Here’s a nice looking Fannie Mae home on a pleasant, shaded street in Anderson. Evidently it comes with a fire hydrant, but presumably the GMC tailight is not included. Fog? According to the listing, its a 1051 sqft 3/1.5 from 1964. Looks like it has been updated. Representing the in
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As I reported Monday evening, home values in Shasta County in October surpassed the $200,000 mark for the first time in four years. Today, the latest Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) quarterly House Pri
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James Franco & Seth Rogen Bound 2 Paraody Franco and Seth Rogen apparently were bored on set of #TheInterview and decided to mimic Kanye West – Bound 2 music video. While I must say I think this is better then Kanye’s original Bound 2 music video some parodies cannot be unseen. These guys really sell…
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The local paper headline nearly screams today. No, not the part that says “Washington Destroyed.” Don’t get your hopes up. That was just a football game. No, it was the full splash about how local Redding area median
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The Common Core curriculum, an effort to create voluntary national standards and testing for math and English, has long been criticized by some conservatives who say it’s being used to promote a liberal agenda.
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Year after year the trucks rolled in, dumping loads of sewage sludge and contaminated dirt at a soil-recycling plant in this tiny desert community.
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Mostly sunny skies with a high temperature near 64 are forecast for Redding today by meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento. Calm winds are also expected, and tonight’s low should be around 44 degrees. Wednesday’s forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high near 63 degrees, while Thursday
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In 1913: The 1912 U.S. Geological Survey showed that Shasta County was the most productive in metallic output in the state. Shasta’s yield was $5,415,426, or $2,555,823 more than the next county, Amador. The decrease in copper produced in Shasta County owed to the closing of several smelters and the restricted operation o
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Firefighters have contained a "working flue fire" in Igo this evening, according to emergency dispatchers. Fire engine crews were called to the blaze but several were told to stage at the Igo-Ono School.
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You Are Pumpkin Pie When it comes to the holidays, you don't mess with what works. You love holiday traditions. In fact, you
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Groundwater is complicated and the disappearance of Lake Red Bluff isn't the only reason wells in Red Bluff might be dropping -- but if the government's replumbing of the irrigation system hurt the wells, the government needs to help fix the problem.
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Will Gov. Jerry Brown go for a fourth term? He's being coy with the answer, and if he doesn't, it would provoke a rush of ambitious up-and-coming Democrats.
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See who was at what recent event.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Let's talk turkey: There are few dangers lurking with the Thanksgiving bird but there are ways to avoid a turkey-related mishap.
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Shasta County home sales were flat in October, but the median sales price rose above $200,000 for the first time in four years.
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A Bella Vista woman has been accused of shooting her husband after an early morning argument.
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Republican stonewalling created a senseless backlog of executive appointments that undermined good government -- just the latest sign of our dysfunctional Congress.
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In life or landscapes, in vision or vistas, whenever possible, I like to take the long view.
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Dutch Bros. in Redding and Walmart teamed up today to feed some 500 families in the North State.
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A suitcase that triggered a bomb scare which forced the evacuation of the Redding Library and South City Park didn’t have one single suit in it.
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Our congressman, who before he went to Washington spent considerable energy in efforts to stall or stop the high-speed rail project, says today's court ruling that the California High Speed Rail Authority cannot legally issue bonds is a fatal blow...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES CHETCO RIVER, Ore. — The Chetco went to 9,000 cubic feet per second on Wednesday after blowing out, then went below 4,000 cubic feet per second on Thursday, but leaves and other debris made fishing tough, although some bright kings were caught, ac
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I admire lovely tablescapes and the experience of celebrating time-honored traditions. Thanksgiving is a favorite for me, in the theme of gathering with those dear, and sharing in gratitude and thankfulness. As a designer, I am keenly aware of the importance of the atmosphere and setting of the Thanksgiving banquet. The dé
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UPDATE: On November 25, 2013 at around 10:34 AM, Redding Police officers responded to the Redding Library, at 1100 Parkview Avenue, regarding a suspicious object along the side of the building. Upon arrival, officers found a hard-shell suitcase near the building in an area mostly concealed by landscaping. The Redding Librar
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From the "Get Lost" blog at sfgate.com: If you hear East Coast visitors or transplants complaining that they miss New England's autumn color display, point them to Yosemite, where black oaks are peaking with bright orange and yellow leaves sparking...
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Mt. Shasta Mall will be opening at 8 p.m. Thanksgiving night for "Black Friday Eve".
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Here is how you can protect your teeth and save a lot of dental expenses: Avoid sugar, soft beverages and smoking.
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Just noticed something missing on 273 near Buenaventura: The Capri Motel's classic neon sign, a south Redding landmark. Must have a picture somewhere on iPhoto.......
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Added a new link to vegetable garden blogger Bill Bird’s excellent Sacramento Vegetable Gardening blog. Although not exactly a Redding resource, I imagine Sacramento vegetable gardeners face many of the same challenges as we do. His posts are written in
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A suitcase that triggered a bomb scare in the Parkview neighborhood of Redding was empty, investigators said.
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Q. What does your faith group think about members celebrating other religions’ holidays? We do it in our own meetings. We don’t ask about a participant’s religious affiliation(s); we simply practice meditation, mindfulness, ethical behavior, and study together. But we do have members who self-identify as Buddhists of
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And the girl seems to have the upper hand. Two-minute YouTube video of action at North Valley Boxing. Hmmm....maybe my kid sister and I should've had boxing gloves back in the day....
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Cool two-minute video. Looks like fun -- and something to keep orthopedists busy....
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A Heavenly Donuts delivery truck that had been stolen earlier from a truck stop crashed this morning into a tree and caught fire on Swasey Drive, California Highway Patrol spokesman Mark Redding said.
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My Spanish teacher, from Chihuahua in northern Mexico, brought this short TED talk to my attention, given recently by Yale business professor Rodrigo Canales. Bottom line: It's a business and because we're the largest market for drugs in the world...
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Here’s a 1955 sqft West Redding home, perhaps not coincidentally built in 1955. It’s an easy stroll to 9 hole Allens Golf Course from this southwest Redding foreclosure home. Representing the itnerests of the institutional seller i
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An argument between a husband and wife at a residence east of Redding early this morning sent the husband to the hospital with a gunshot wound, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office reported.
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A 34-year-old Anderson man was killed Sunday night after he lost control of the sedan he was driving and was ejected from the vehicle on Clear Creek Road south of Redding.
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First off, a big thanks to Doni for letting me contribute to aNewsCafe.com on a regular basis, or at least until she’s realized what she’s done. The plan with my columns is to enlighten you to some creative ways to make your paycheck go as far as possible every month. Whether it be through online [...]
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In high school, in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Oskar Zepeda couldn’t wait until he was old enough to join the military.
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The National Security Agency’s collection of information on Americans’ cellphone and Internet usage reaches far beyond the two programs that have received public attention in recent months, to a presidential order that is older than the Internet itself
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Forecasters predict sunny skies and a mild 64-degree high temperature today in Redding. The National Weather Service also predicts light winds and a low tonight of 41 degrees. The rest of the week will be very similar until Friday, when things are expected to warm up a bit.
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are investigating a shooting on Lewis Lane east of Redding this morning.
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1913: A heavy snowfall left four feet on the Salmon mountains in western Siskiyou County so that mail and teams could not go through. The teamsters with fifty head of animals have gone to open up the road. There are tons of
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The California Highway Patrol is reporting a fatal traffic wreck on Clear Creek Road southwest of Redding.
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‘Most wanted’ man arrested Saturday
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The Chico State men’s basketball team defeated Simpson University 70-47 on Saturday in Redding.
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California's deep drought will take a quiet toll on the finances of Redding Electric and other municipal power companies that depend on Shasta Dam's generators.
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We hear daily stories, tiresome stories, of the many problems encountered at the national level. But there is a success story beginning to shine brightly in all this gloom; it's California.
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The "Affordable Care Act" is such a confusing mess, with ever-changing targets, that even the Obama administration itself seems to be winging it on the biggest social policy shift since the New Deal.
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MUNCIE, Ind. — If anyone had noticed, Kenneth Allen was the unluckiest man in town. The outgoing, likable UPS deliveryman had two fires in his home, another blaze that destroyed his backyard garage and two vehicles fires in front of his house — five fires over an eight-year period that racked up $173,896 in insurance cl
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The CIF state volleyball playoff brackets are released.
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A man featured in Shasta's Most Wanted recently was arrested Saturday, according to the sheriff's department.
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About a mile of Platina Road was closed this morning and afternoon as Shasta County sheriff's deputies and California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection employees disposed of a bag of 80 to 100 pieces of dynamite that someone found near Ono.
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are investigating how a man was shot sometime Saturday night.
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Michelle Boykins, a spokeswoman for the National Crime Prevention Council, on the so-called "knock-out game" that has led to violent attacks in D.C., New York, Philadelphia and other places: "There is safety in numbers," she said. "And if you are...
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California's highways aren't as smart as they used to be.
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Redding will start Sunday on a cold note but warm to the low-60s once the sun rises. A freeze warning is in effect for Redding from 3 a.m. to 8 a.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters said high pressure will bring clear skies that will allow nighttime temperatures to drop into the 20s and 30s. Su
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Two major Lake Tahoe ski resorts are opening for the season
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In 1913: Miss Agnes Aldridge of Inwood vistied Live Oak, Sutter County, the guest of her aunt and uncle who lived on a large ranch. Automobile trips made the visit a particular pleasant one.
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This is Reid's Ferry that began operating in 1860 across the Sacramento River in Redding. It existed even before 1860, but under different ownerships - was previously Shaw's Ferry, Green's Ferry, Hunt Ferry and Nichol's Ferry. When Edward Reid purchased...
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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RED BLUFF — Lighting up a town with a sport that’s not football, baseball or basketball is rare.
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The No. 1 Enterprise Hornets played No. 2 Shasta Wolves in the Northern Section Division III volleyball championship.
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No. 1 West Valley High's volleyball team plays No. 2 Willows for the Northern Section Division III championship.
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Sunday Morning Quarterback breaks down all of the high school football playoff action from Friday night.
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A reader has lots of questions about how the Record Searchlight handles crime news. Lyons begins to answer, starting with this one: Does heavy reporting on crime make us more or less safe?
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The standoff over a tumble-down old building by the railroad tracks has finally gotten Union Pacific to at least listen to a local proposal that could dramatically improve downtown Redding.
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We've been hit with a few days of sass with one of our boys this week, a general choice of words that are not promoting harmony in our home.
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Human nature seems not to have changed for a very long time. The characters in stories written thousands of years ago are instantly recognizable to us, because they are just like us, even across the chasm of time and culture.
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Good luck was with Fran and me when we moved in next door to Bob Hadley and his family.
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The blind are willing and able to work, but employers don't seem to want them, writes a woman whose education and volunteer service have won her praise but no job.
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The Vineyards in Anderson is under new ownership. Now another victim of the housing bust, Deer Creek Manor in Shasta Lake, has a new owner.
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When freshman college students come home for holidays, they and their parents discover much has changed.
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Little acts can foster a grateful attitude in everyday life.
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How to scope out good deals in stores and online by doing some early legwork on the Internet.
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Kerry Elizabeth Philben and Thomas Hughes Beasley III were married on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, in Omaha, Neb., at Countryside Community United Church of Christ, the same church where the bride's parents and grandparents were married. A reception including dinner, dancing and celebratory bassoon playing followed the ceremony
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Carolyn Hart's new novel,"Ghost Gone Wild," gifts readers with a familiar favorite, Bailey Ruth.
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The state has had a humongous deficit for quite some time and you state that all of a sudden there is a surplus that is likely to continue for some years? I have a hard time believing your statements.
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Our dear neighbor Kevin was a peaceful and wise man. He died tragically and violently last month resulting from a senseless and perhaps preventable altercation.
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Our dear neighbor Kevin was a peaceful and wise man. He died tragically and violently last month resulting from a senseless and perhaps preventable altercation.
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Does "Obamacare" need to be fixed? Can it be? What's next in the unending debate over the law?
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An average citizen who walks into a bank is treated like an intruder.
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A recent study found a huge increase in the percentage of Americans driving while using cellphones or texting. Is law enforcement pulling people over? Rarely.
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Skip the stupid and go with practical for young teens and adults.
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The rivalry between Shasta and Enterprise High extends far beyond football.
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A 28-year-old Redding man with 12 outstanding warrants for his arrest was apprehended today by Redding officers.
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A 36-year-old woman sustained minor injuries in a rollover crash northeast of Redding.
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West Valley High volleyball is looking to build on its record.
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Damburger manager Marla Nevens (pictured today at her tiny grill) told me she cooked 570 hamburger patties in four hours last Saturday, the day the Placer Street restaurant offered 75-cent burgers as part of its 75th anniversary celebration....
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RED BLUFF — Redding Christian’s underdog role held long enough to get to the finals, but the weight of the team winning a championship after three tough matches eventually wore it down.
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A freeze warning is in effect for Redding from 3 a.m. to 8 a.m. Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
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Medics have taken a man with first and second-degree burns to Mercy Medical Center in Redding after he reportedly tried to kill himself by exploding a propane tank.
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Investigators Friday positively identified the bodies of the children found buried in the desert near Victorville as those of Joseph and Gianni McStay, members of a family from the San Diego-area community of Fallbrook whose disappearance had garnered widespread attention. The findings come about a week after authorities an
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A 68-year-old Redding man remains in critical condition this morning, two days after he was struck by a pickup while he walked on Highway 273 in south Redding.
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PHOTO: Hard to beat a fresh peach. It’s almost Thanksgiving – the soil is cooling, the garden is slowing, the nights are longer as we move inexorably toward the solstice. The recent storm that swept through the North State bringing welcome moisture also relieved many of the deciduous trees in my home garden of the [...]
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Redding will open its newest park, the 7-acre Highland Park, on Saturday.
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Redding should get a bit warmer and less windy on Saturday. The day should reach about 69 degrees with north wind about 14 mph and gusts of about 18 mph. The night will drop to about 39 with wind of about 7 mph. Sunday will be about 64 degrees as winds begin to die off under sunny skies. Monday will be about 65.
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No. 1 Enterprise High football hosts fifth-seeded Foothill in a Northern Section Division I semifinal at 7 p.m.
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In 1913: Burglars broke into practically all the cottages in the Shasta Retreat district and took numerous valuables. The burglars entered by forcing doors and windows that had been nailed up for the winter.
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No. 1 West Valley High football entertains fourth-seeded Orland in a Northern Section Division II semifinal.
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No. 3 Central Valley High football travels to second-seeded Sutter in a Northern Section Division II semifinal.
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Redding Christian football looks for its first-ever Northern Section championship, hosting Butte Valley at 7 p.m. in the Division VI final.
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No. 3 Central Valley High football traveled to second-seeded Sutter for a Northern Section Division II semifinal Friday night.
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Previewing the Northern Section Division III volleyball championship between No. 1 Enterprise and No. 2 Shasta.
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No. 1 West Valley High volleyball looks to defend its Northern Section Division IV championship Saturday at 3 p.m. at Red Bluff High.
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No. 5 Redding Christian was the only team not a top-two seed to reach the Northern Section volleyball finals, and plays No. 2 Maxwell for the D-VI championship.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Permits for Christmas trees on the Klamath National Forest are now available, the U.S. Forest Service announced Friday.
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Six people were arrested Friday during a probation compliance check in the Burney and Intermountain area.
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The parents of a 14-month-old child were arrested Thursday after authorities found narcotics and other paraphernalia hidden in the child's bedroom.
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Enterprise High football is looking to put down a rival again.
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No. 1 West Valley High football is on the verge of its second straight Northern Section Division II championship game berth.
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Thomas Lawrence's "College Notebook" column takes a look back at the season that was for Shasta College football.
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Life used to help keep kids physically fit without so much thought. These days? It's not so simple.
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The Sundial Bridge's 10th birthday is next year. Would Mayor Patrick Jones celebrate the landmark bridge he long boycotted?
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A new arch-villain of global oppression has emerged even George Orwell couldn't imagine, the American National Security Agency.
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My doctor dropped me because I have Medi-Cal, and I must wait months for a new one.
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A 4-year-old Redding boy is collecting pajamas and blankets so that local children won't go cold this winter.
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A Shasta Lake man was ordered Thursday to stand trial on attempted murder and other charges after he allegedly shot his roommate in the back last month before setting their home on fire.
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For the past 20 years, North State families, individuals, schools and businesses have eagerly signed up to take care of someone else’s Santa’s list. This year is no different.
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Jan Beck’s well went dry last summer — and she’s not alone.
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Shasta County's unemployment rate was 9.6 percent in October, up from 9.5 percent in September.
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Even though we got some rain, this fall has so far been dry. Here are some ways to make sure your indoor and outdoor plants thrive.
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Joel Prange shares a picture and some tips on growing beets in the North State.
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Q. Can you tell me how best to pollinate tomatoes in my greenhouse?
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Dan Pinkston's music is infused in the community. The Redding composer is also a professor at Simpson University.
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An investigator will looking to concerns raised by Red BluffJoint Union High School District Teachers Association about the leadership of Superintendent Lisa Escobar.
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Is the money raised to celebrate the 10 years of the Sundial Bridge more important than helping homeless people?
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Former Shasta County Planning Commissioner John Cornelius of Oak Run died Tuesday at home. He was 83.
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The northbound lanes of Interstate 5 have shut down at Williams while emergency crews extinguish a fire on a semi-trailer that was hauling hay.
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I shouldn’t have been surprised by what happened this morning: I checked the Facebook page of my friend, John Balma, saw the beautiful photograph of President Kennedy that he had posted, and burst into tears.
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Fire crews had a fire near Ingot under control minutes after it was started on the side of the road.
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The answer to the mystery photo question is Ludwig. And the winner is campredding who guessed it correctly at 9:23 a.m. Ludwig's bridge was a toll bridge built across Cottonwood Creek just about where Hooker Creek Road would end at...
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Wonderful piece on Bloomberg (here's the link), about the reaction on the New York Stock Exchange to the terrible news from Dallas. Interesting to see the hot stocks back in those days, like "tech stock" RCA. Excerpt: In the order...
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A 55-year-old Corning woman convicted of animal cruelty five years ago is facing new charges, the Tehama County District Attorney's office said today.
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Shasta County’s unemployment rate in October ticked up to 9.6 percent, from a revised 9.5 percent in September, the state reported today.
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A Shasta Lake man was ordered Thursday to stand trial on attempted murder and other charges after he allegedly shot his roommate in the back last month before setting their home on fire.
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SACRAMENTO – The 82nd annual Capitol Christmas tree-lighting ceremony will feature a tree from Shasta County, the governor's office announced today.
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Officals have released the identity of a man struck yesterday while walking along Hwy. 273 in south Redding.
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Sorry, I can't help but get a little sentimental about this kind of thing. "SACRAMENTO - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the 82nd Annual Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony will be held on Thursday, December 12th on the...
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Man, I thought Healthcare.gov was the bottom of the barrel in terms of technical problems troubling the Affordable Care Act rollout. Not so, Cover Oregon has not managed to enroll even one new member yet, and its director now says...
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A March 18 trial date was set today in Shasta County Superior Court for a former California Highway Patrol officer accused of possessing child pornography and illegal assault weapons.
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The Shasta Historical Society is looking for donations of high school yearbooks from Central Valley, Shasta, Foothill, Nova, West Valley, Enterprise, Fall River and Burney. Call 243-3720 for information or bring them to the society's headquarters at 1449 Market Street...
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About 2,500 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. customers in the North State are still without power today as crews work to repair the damage from high winds.
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Here’s a rare residential income REO. Your first rung on the real estate wealth ladder? We’ve mentioned it before, but at the risk of repetition, here again. A. You buy this residential income property using traditional low home loan rates for 1-4 units, rates no
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Fire crews are on the scene this morning of a vegetation fire in the 7600 block of Bass Pond Road in Millville
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As the local newspaper reports: "Despite local opposition, the California congressman sponsoring legislation to allow the Santa Ynez band of Chumash Indians to annex its Camp 4 property is not backing down and, in fact, on Monday was adding more...
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This is a drawing of one of the first bridges in Shasta County. When finished, it was a toll bridge. Who owned it? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer,...
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Three weeks ago, we told you about this foreclosure home below in a great neighborhood that has a brokerage’s For Sale sign on it.Yet it remains unlisted in the MLS. We pointed out that by our MLS rule 12.6, it had to be listed within 24 hours of the sign going up. So we’ve been waiting. And waiting. and waiting.
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Friday should be sunny and warmer than previous days this week though strong winds will rip through the North State. Forecasters expect a north-northeast wind of about 21 to 29 mph with gusts as high 40 mph. The high temperature should be about 66 degrees. A wind advisory remains in effect until 7 p.m. Friday. Saturday will
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My mother has done it again. Sigh. Here we are, a week before Thanksgiving, and my mother called me today to discuss her plans. If you've been a longtime reader of The Mistress of The Mix, you may recall that two years ago I finally had a chance to cook a Thanksgiving feast. It was [...]
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and Redding Fire Department will host "Fill the Boot" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at the Mt. Shasta Mall.
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Hordes of shoppers were picking up food after work in the Latvian capital when an enormous section of the supermarket's roof caved in. Firefighters rushed in to save them, only to be crushed themselves when a second part of the roof collapsed.
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Employees of the City of Redding and Shasta County are again participating in a friendly Christmastime "kettle competition" to assist the Salvation Army. The battle will be highlighted by a bell-ringing faceoff between City Manager Kurt Starman and Shasta County Supervisor Les Baugh. The two will compete for donations at 3
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It's been very, very windy here today (more tomorrow) and cold. I've had a fire going all day but it doesn't do much good when the wind finds its way in anyway. I don't mind, really; it's better than being miserably hot and sweaty in midsummer. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Next week is Thanksgivin
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The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce honored customer service on Thursday.
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In 1913: Shasta Aerie, No. 160, Fraternal Order of Eagles, held the nomination of officers. The business session was followed by a salmon supper given by W.E. Smith.
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No. 1 West Valley High volleyball entertained fifth-seeded Gridley in a Northern Section Division IV semifinal at 7 p.m.
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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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Emergency crews this evening are at Highway 273 near Clear Creek Road, where a man in his 60s was hit by a vehicle.
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A 68-year-old man was sent to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries Thursday after being hit by a pickup on Highway 273 near the Clear Creek Bridge in south Redding, police said.
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A president synonymous with "vigor" was in fact a physical wreck -- but the American people were kept out of the loop.
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A president desperate to change the subject and a secretary of state desperate to make a name for himself are reportedly on the verge of a terrible deal with Iran.
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Republicans are gleeful now that the health reform they've opposed with such intensity is showing signs of self-destruction. Or is it sabotage?
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You know it's marijuana harvest time in the North State when a writer refers to Obamacare as "deliberately bipartisan and broad-based"!
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Also find holiday bazaars and a book signing.
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Members of a Shasta County SWAT team were justified in their shooting of a Happy Valley man in July, the county’s District Attorney’s Office announced today.
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Armando Frank Verdugo, 32, of Anderson was hit and killed by a vehicle this morning on Highway 273 just north of Anderson.
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In square miles, Cottonwood is quite possibly the largest town in Shasta County. It extends from the Sacramento River on the east into the Bald Hills on the west, south into Tehama County, and north to Anderson at Cottonwood Hill.
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Everyone agreed Robert Gaylord Barron Jr. of Redding is a lucky man, including Barron himself.
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Small Business Saturday will celebrate its third year in Redding as merchants hope shoppers remember to shop local this holiday season.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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How many call centers are going to come and go in Redding before everyone wakes up to these company strategies?
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Thank you, Habit Burger, and welcome to Redding.
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Property owners in the Gateway Unified School District can expect to see their tax bills jump as a result of new bonds being issued.
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Redding will open its newest park on Saturday.
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The Northern Section football Division I semifinal between No. 5 Foothill and No. 1 Enterprise highlights the previews for the high school Games of the Week.
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One family’s tragedy. Miguel Chan lives every day honoring a promise he made to his wife Luisa as smoke filled their Brooklyn, N.Y., apartment -- take care of our children.
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Excerpt from a fascinating piece in the Saudi Aramco World magazine: "In 1909, to guide development of the vast agricultural potential of Califor-nia's Central Valley, the USDA opened a New Crop Introduction Research Station in Chico. Two decades later, in...
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A local 4-year-old boy is collecting children's pajamas and blankets starting Friday in an effort to keep other kids warm this winter.
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The seven-year-old child has been recovered, but the suspect is still on the loose.
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Construction started on Shasta Dam in 1938 so lets hope that by the time the dam was finished and water started to fill the lake these smelter remains had been taken away. The fumes from this smelter sometimes enveloped the...
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I've lived in the North State for most of my adult life. I've driven through Yreka dozens of times. I've never really stopped and taken time to explore. Skip Murphy did -- and brought his camera. Go see what you've...
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Fire contained near Happy Stop Market in Happy Valley.
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For the first time in its history, the Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding will open on Thanksgiving. With the exception of a few stores, the mall will open at 8 p.m., and all three major department stores (Sears, Macy's and J.C. Penney) are opening at the same time, also at 8 p.m. "This is all new territ
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If you're among those who complain that rural California's voice is never heard, then mark down the first week of December on your calendar. Two public forums will be held in Redding and the hosts will be listening. On Dec. 4, a Wednesday, North State Assemblyman Brian Dahle will hold an informat
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A great parody by Channing Tatum of Jean Claude Van Damme’s Epic Splits Volvo Commercial. The post Channing Tatum’s Epic Splits Parody appeared first on Daily Dump.
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Published on Nov 13, 2013 Watch Jean-Claude Van Damme carry out his famous split between two reversing trucks. Never done before, JCVD says it’s the most epic of splits — what do you think? Please share & comment! This live test was set up to demonstrate the precision and directional stability of Volvo Dynamic
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Below are a few photos I recently captured in Yreka California. Lovely buildings remain from Yreka’s golden era, including Victorian, Neo Classical, Edwardian, and Craftsman styles of architecture. Yreka is a small town located about an hour and a half north of Redding on Interstate 5. It’s currently the county se
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Here’s a Freddie Mac (government owned) refurbished foreclosure, a 1981 built 960 sqft 3/2.
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An Anderson man has died after being struck by a vehicle early Thursday.
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Darkness. Disgust. Dyspepsia. And we’re only 10 minutes into Pokémon. I’m trapped in Movies 8, feet stuck to the floor, watching. My three kids giggle. I groan. Next door, my wife, Karin, and our oldest daughter are watching Bruce Willis actually die in a movie. But I drew the short straw. So, here I sit, [...]
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While younger people remain the undisputed champions of distracted driving, older drivers may be catching up, according to a recent survey.
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A wind advisory is in effect for Redding from 10 a.m. Thursday to 7 p.m. Friday, warning of strong north winds with gusts up to 40 mph. The day will otherwise be sunny with a high near 60 degrees. Friday will not quite as breezy, as winds should be about 17 to 23 mph with 32-mph gusts. The wind will die down by Saturday, wh
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Join others who have suffered the loss of a friend or family member to suicide at the International Survivors of Suicide Day Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, at the Redding Library. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) sponsors the event, held in communities throughout the country, that brings together suicide
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Artist Jae Jennings, with a background in prop styling, home design, window display and events, and artist Sarah Bos, a specialist in wedding flowers, have joined forces. This stylish design duo will offer two holiday floral workshops where students will learn some design fundamentals and take home the fruits of their labor
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On a recent gorgeous Sunday afternoon in southern Siskiyou County, the outdoor patio at the Dunsmuir Brewery Works steadily filled up with customers who were quickly blissed out by the autumn colors and tranquil tunes of harpist Patricia Hill.
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If you haven’t been to The Savory Spoon in the Hartnell Castle, you should try it — and see why folks with smart phones are peeling off I-5 to try Ann Webber’s menu of “homestyle comfort food,” making her 2-year-old restaurant one of the top-rated eateries in Redding on Yelp.com.
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Locust Street Taxi is a self-described quartet composed of three musical geniuses. And a trombone player.
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A 24-year-old driver was taken to the hospital late Wednesday night after he rolled his vehicle following a pursuit by Redding police in north Redding.
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A 24-year-old driver was taken to the hospital late Wednesday night after he rolled his vehicle following a pursuit by Redding police in north Redding.
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Local sports briefs.
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Firefighters tonight were sent to a burning mobile home located in the 23900 block of Coleman Fish Hatchery Road east of Anderson.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Fishing Reports courtesy of the Western Outdoors News.
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Massive state budget deficits have seemed as permanent as the Sierra Nevada. And yet California's are gone -- if Sacramento doesn't blow it.
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The issue of same-sex marriage deserves — for the good of society, it requires — a serious and respectful debate.
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Each year, thousands of older Americans fall at home. Many of them are seriously injured with fractures and hospitalization. Some become disabled.
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Every family has a certain way of doing things. These rituals give family members a sense of identity and serve as a framework for celebrating milestones, holidays, as well as coping in times of difficulty.
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In 1913: A vast timber belt lying 30 miles west Corning was ready for cutting. Government reports showed 425 million feet of sugar and yellow pine fir and cedar in the forest reserve in Tehama County. It was estimated the federal government would earn $2 per 1,000 feet stumpage.
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Should girls be allowed to play on a boy's team? Depends.
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It’s a medal most of those who receive it never wanted.
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Randall Eslick was named president and chief executive officer of Redding Bank of Commerce, replacing Patrick Moty, who will stay with the company.
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The findings of an investigation into a SWAT team shooting that killed a Happy Valley man in July will be announced Thursday during a media briefing at the Shasta County district attorney’s office.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Nearly a year into an overhaul at the Lorenz, about 20 roomier senior units will be ready to move into in January.
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As the owner of a small business in Redding, Justine Lehman was concerned about employer mandates under the Affordable Care Act.
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The 1.3 inches of rain that fell at the Redding Municipal Airport on Tuesday set a record for the date, eclipsing the old mark of .93 inches.
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Public employee union propaganda notwithstanding, California has a serious public pension problem.
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The findings of an investigation into a fatal shooting between sheriff’s deputies and a Happy Valley man in July will be announced Thursday during a media briefing at the Shasta County district attorney’s office.
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Have you seen these missing teenagers?
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Carter -- a Redding 4-year-old, not the children's clothing company -- was inspired to hold a pajama drive so needy kids can enjoy warm and cozy sleep. It will peak this Friday. Inspiring details here....
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Somehow I didn't even know it was on video out there on the Internet. Thanks to former R-S ace reporter (and current Stockton Record ace reporter) Alex Breitler for bringing it to the world's attention....
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That is a chart of the state's projected budget surpluses over the next several years, assuming there's no new recession and the Legislature doesn't blow it all, from the Legislative Analyst's Office....
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A young man that fled after flipping an SUV in Anderson this morning managed to elude police.
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President Barack Obama opened a day of tributes to former President John F. Kennedy on Wednesday by bestowing the Presidential Medal of Freedom on prominent Americans, 50 years after Kennedy was assassinated weeks short of the medal's first award ceremony.
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A person struck and killed by a train in Redding during the early morning hours of Tuesday, Nov. 19 has been identified as a man from Anderson.
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Randall Eslick has been named president and chief executive officer of Bank of Commerce Holdings and Redding Bank of Commerce, replacing Patrick Moty, who had held the position since 2007.
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Firefighters are battling a house fire in Big Bend this morning near the intersection of Hot Springs and Big Bend roads.
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Possibly named Fairway Avenue because it’s located a fair way from the nearest golf course. Here’s a 1955 built 1057 sqft 3/1 that does not seem to have been listed for sale in our MLS before now. Representing the interests of the institutional seller is foreclosure listing broker Curt Largent of
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The National Rifle Association is suing the city of San Francisco, claiming the city violated the Second Amendment with a new ordinance banning possession of magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition.
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After a decade of raising money for those in need, the organizers of “Stuff the Truck” are hoping this year will be another record-breaker.
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Expect rain showers on Wednesday with a high of about 54 degrees. The rain will likely die off before 10 p.m. and give way to cloudy skies and a 45-degree low. Thursday should be sunny with a high near 63, while Friday will be near 68 degrees. Expect temperatures to hover in the high-60s into next week.
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Although a divided Redding City Council on Tuesday passed on the opportunity to financially support a non-profit veterans museum, the panel reiterated its willingness to offer it a home on 15 acres of city property. Councilman Patrick Jones’ motion to provide $193,800 to the Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritag
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After joining my sister to help out at Living Hope Compassion Ministries Thanksgiving dinner Saturday, I feel as if I've already had Thanksgiving. More than 500 people came to eat the free meal prepared by Living Hope folks, with more than 400 served between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. only. Many of the recipients of this [
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In 1913: Fred Crow of San Francisco arrived in town to be the night operator for The Searchlight at the Western Union telegraph office.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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No. 4 Mercy High volleyball faced fifth-seeded Redding Christian in a Northern Section Division VI quarterfinal and a rematch of a five-set semi from 2012.
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Top-seeded West Valley hosts No. 8 Yreka in a Northern Section Division IV quarterfinal volleyball match.
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Was struck by these two paragraphs in David Benda's story this evening about a call center opening in town: Bob Schleifer, American Directions Group chief operating officer, said the Washington, D.C.-based company looked at 162 other cities before choosing Redding...
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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California's roads need help. An initiative to more than double the car tax, though, is an exceptionally long shot.
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To build a stronger nation, we need to celebrate those who overcome adversity.
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Nancy Pelosi famously said we had to find out what was in the health care bill. Well? What do you think now?
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Republicans hate a law their own experts largely crafted.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Redding City Council tonight decided against providing nearly $200,000 for a new veterans museum.
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The 55-year-old Anderson woman accused of trying to hire a friend with a criminal history to kill the father of her granddaughter was sentenced today to time served and placed on formal probation for three years.
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When a tire blew out in the desert, who rushed to help? A Marine.
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Shasta County Superior Court clerks, court reporters and other workers picketed outside the courthouse for a second day Tuesday.
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American Directions Group, a Washington, D.C.-based market research firm, will open a call center in east Redding.
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Interstate 5 in the Anderson area turned into a traffic quagmire this afternoon as several traffic collisions and a vehicle fire broke out along the freeway.
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Paying for energy use is getting more and more difficult, but you can make a few changes within your home and pay less each month. Testing will provide you with a good clear picture of what you should do first for the biggest return on your investment.
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ANDERSON - A big rig has caught fire on northbound Interstate 5 south of the factory outlet stores near here.
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Authorities in Tehama County are investigating two seemingly unrelated burglaries that were called in about the same time yesterday.
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Emergency crews this afternoon are trying to free a car trapped underneath a big rig that crashed on northbound Interstate 5 near Riverside Avenue in Anderson.
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Ten years after Arnold Schwarzenegger ousted Gov. Gray Davis and won his office not least because of his promise to "smash the car tax," some prominent transportation leaders are cooking up an initiative to raise it nearly back to its...
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A home owner in Red Bluff has likely lost everything after his house on Main Street burned this morning.
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I wasn't able to make it in person, but thanks to the wonders of the Internet, I could catch the talk Jerry Meral, the deputy director of the California Department of Natural Resources shepherding the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, gave...
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The north side of the trail from Caldwell Park near the Aquatic Center to the parking lot off Traveled Way will be off-limits as crews work to replace a water main on the North Market Street Bridge.
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The short story of how Blake Dorsey came to be an in-home coffee roaster is that he needed a job that would allow the Redding husband and father of two teen-age sons the ability to keep a watchful eye on the home front when his kids needed him most. His dream occupation wasn't necessarily something [...]
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Mountain View High School in Burney was placed on lockdown for about 30 minutes this morning after officials noticed an unfamiliar person on campus.
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Michelle Obama shared one with her "first dog" Bo, Hillary Clinton tweeted one with her daughter Chelsea. Now "selfie" — the smartphone self-portrait — has been declared word of the year for 2013, according to Britain's Oxford University Press.
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and Redding Fire Department will host "Fill the Boot" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday at the Mt. Shasta Mall.
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Trinity County man faces multiple felonies after a more than six-hour standoff in Brunt Ranch.
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No one was injured when an SUV overturned in north Redding this morning, trapping a person inside.
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Here’s a Freddie Mac owned 1642 sqft 3/2 with a very pleasant looking inground pool. “Don’t go toward the light, grandma!” Luckily, the pool is covered. We recall it most recently as a failed short sale. You can certainly buy it now. Representing the interests of the government in t
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It's kind of a big deal that Emerson College is changing the name of its school of communication.
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Expect more rain today as up to a half-inch of water hits Redding. Tuesday’s high should be about 53 degrees while the night will dip slightly to about 49. Showers are likely again on Wednesday before 4 p.m. with less than tenth of an inch of new precipation. The high will be about 56 degrees. Expect Thursday to begin a s
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The Red Bluff City Council will discuss the city's budget shortfalls at tonight's meeting.
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The Redding City Council today will weigh whether to appropriate nearly $200,000 for a future site of the Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center.
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A pedestrian was struck and killed by a train as it was traveling south on the trestle over Lake Redding Park.
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In 1913: The Shasta County Board of Supervisors chose V. Saph of Berkeley to design a new bridge across the Sacramento River at Reid’s Ferry.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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If the city still enjoyed the use of redevelopment money, helping a museum might be justifiable. But with its current stretched finances?
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The governor's decision to ease religious exemptions from public schools' vaccine requirements, as part of a law designed to increase immunizations, could have deadly consequences.
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Don't let a cyclist's death be forgotten.
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Read your Constitution: It is the government's job to "promote the general welfare."
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Removal of the Apache logo and name is just another step in the complete obliteration of everything Native American.
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39 midtermcoat Democrats voted with Republicans to do the wrong thing.
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The presidents changes to the health care law bypass Congress and have one aim, to shut the people up until after next year's election.
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The National Weather Service said the northern Sacramento Valley should get about an inch of rain out of this storm.
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Shasta LAFCO has named a new executive director - one of its former greatest critics.
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Shasta County's fire chief is stepping down this week, and a new chief will take his place on Monday.
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Auctioneer Realty Marketing/Northwest will accept bids on the Shasta Lake property until Dec. 6.
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A $1,000 reward is being offered for informaton about the burglary that occurred during the partial federal government shutdown in October.
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The Railroad Park Resort turns cabooses into hotel rooms and modified cars into a cosy restaurant near Dunsmuir.
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This time, besides eating, my family had several good reasons to gather. The best reason? It wasn't a funeral.
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See who was where at recent North State events.
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Frustrated their salaries have not kept pace with the cost of living and inflation while their workloads have only increased, more than 80 Shasta County Superior Court clerk, court reporters and other workers staged a peaceful one-day strike today outside the Shasta County Courthouse in Redding.
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...a story that got even more interesting late last week. Here's the link to the Oregonian story. The bread, which is great, is available (I'm told) at Safeway, Raleys and Winco (and Holiday on Placer, according to comment below). Dave's...
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Let's take a look at historically recent accounts of presidents who have lied, misspoken, or been just plain wrong when it really mattered.
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A recent study looked at the effectiveness, safety and tolerance of nasal anesthesia spray to produce numbness of upper teeth. Spraying anesthesia into the nose instead of using a needle could make the trip to the dentist’s office less painful.
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If you have dental phobia, here are some remedies: listen to relaxing music, practice segmented breathing, take a friend or a family member with you, think positive and when at your dentist ask for oral sedation.
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A review of the recent Battlefield title for the Playstation 3.
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Kids Unlimited Talent Showcase played to a full house with standing room only as local kids gave outstanding performances and competed for Mall Money prizes!
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A review of the latest in the Call of Duty franchise.
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Santa arrives to Mt. Shasta Mall on Saturday, November 23rd in Center Court. A magical performance by Cascade Christmas will take place at 5pm.
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You may not be aware of it but your backyard could supply you with food if you really needed it. Many people love to forage for wild edible plants and seeds, but you could be growing some edible plants without even knowing it.
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Sandra Haber and Derek Kermode announced their engagement on September 21, 2013 in San Diego where they reside.
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Another controlled burn is planned at Whiskeytown National Recreation are this afternoon.
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One of those images of northstate beauty that almost looks faked. Too gorgeous to be real. Click to slightly enlarge. Shastina and Mt Shasta from Siskiyou County, not quite an hour from Redding. She c
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Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure in Shasta Lake City at an attractive price.
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I believe this is why the rest of America thinks Californians are crazy: Berkeley City Councilman Jesse Arreguin doesn't think that laws have gone far enough and is asking his fellow councilmembers to expand smoking bans to include single-family homes...
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Free tonight? Freedom Advocates President, Michael Shaw will present: Globalism vs. America Shaw will explain how the American government is being reinvented; how "Regionalism" has swarmed the nation with the most advanced system of soviet style councils known as COGs,...
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A reward up to $1,000 is being offered for information on a burglary at the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area in early October.
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If you threw a rock outside of Paris proper in any direction, chances are you’d hit some kind of château. Throughout the convoluted Parisian history, royal residences have been built, destroyed, rebuilt and repaired. Some of the most notable are Vincennes, Fontainebleau, Malmaison, Compiègne, Blandy-le-Tours, Sceaux and
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So Eric Knapp of the Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Research Station tells KQED's Molly Samuel in a good piece about prescribed burning. "Can California Burn its Way Out of its Wildfire Problem?" asks the headline. The answer? Probably not....
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Workers today gathered to protest outside the Shasta County courthouse on Court Street in Redding.
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The stolen gear estimated to be worth $720 included a lawn mower, weed trimmer, leaf blower and other items.
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Burglars nab 27 fifty-pound bags of pecans.
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Well shoot. Just found out this splendid painted lady is Pending Sale. It’s a beauty from Fannie Mae. Click to slightly enlarge.
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Look for partly cloudy skies in the morning today then becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Highs are expected to be 58 to 64. Light winds becoming south up to 10 mph in the afternoon.
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Small fire hits Redding Starbucks
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Simpson University’s women’s basketball team lost at home Saturday 69-47 to Eastern Oregon.
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This house is located at the intersection of Fender's Ferry Road and Hwy. 299 in Montgomery Creek. It is not Halcumb's original stage stop house. The first house burned in 1895 and this house was built on the same spot....
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A little less room for cars on some city streets keeps traffic flowing while making room for everyone.
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Obamacare is like the yummy dog food that doesn't sell. The dogs just don't like it.
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Sometimes our choices at a critical point will affect us and our next generations for years to come. This is one of those moments and the choice of negotiation with Iran on the issue of sanctions on Iran one of those pivoting subjects.
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In order to "fundamentally transform America," America as we know her requires being torn down and rebuilt to the new order.
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The photos advertising Riverfront Theater's "A Christmas Story" in the Nov. 14 issue of D.A.T.E. should give the reader pause.
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On Veteran's Day my cousin her husband were driving on Cypress Avenue near the I-5 interchange and noticed a man and his car stranded. Evidently he had run out of gas.
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On Oct. 18, 2011, Donna Araiza was with Darrell Farley and his wife Gina when their son Matt Farley, 10, died from leukemia at a Sacramento hospital.
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Experts believe the 2013-14 crab season may not yield as many crabs but the quality and size of the crab will be better.
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That would be Owen and Cole James-Fuller, snapped in the checkout line at Trader Joe's this afternoon, fresh from a holiday card photo shoot at JC Penney their mother told me....
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A Redding Starbucks store was evacuated this afternoon after a small fire broke out in an air conditioning vent.
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Live crab is for sale at R&R Quality Meats & Seafood in downtown Redding starting today after a one-day delay caused by rough weather for fishermen.
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A year old, but still fascinating....
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Victorian home downtown. Note the persimmon tree to the right. In the hundred-year-old Berkeley Olive Grove about twenty minutes away. Dinner at the Raw Bar....
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A jetliner crash in Russia may have left 50 people dead today, CNN reports.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Navy says an aerial target drone malfunctioned and struck a guided missile cruiser during training off Southern California, causing two minor injuries.
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The Sacramento Kings have set a record for the loudest roar at an indoor stadium.
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Expect a high of about 65 today under mostly sunny skies with wind at about 6 mph. The night will dip to about 45 degrees, forecasters said. Monday should be partly sunny during the day with a 50 percent chance of rain at night. Rain is likely Tuesday and may stick around until Thursday.
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In 1913: One of the landmarks and the oldest brick buildings in Redding passed into new hands when Nicholas Rodriquez purchased the Frank Miller property on California Street. The building comprised in reality two structures, one of a single story and the other with two.
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Sunday Morning Quarterback breaks down the week that was in the Northern Section football playoff war.
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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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Shasta College football earned its first winning season since 2008 with a victory at College of the Redwoods in Eureka Saturday.
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It’s always a strange dynamic to continue living out dailiness at home without one of our children. When our daughter, Payton, left for her weeklong school trip, my husband, two boys and I were left behind to carry on business as usual. We felt a Payton-sized “hole” in her absence, but we also learned a few new things
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The Vineyards in Anderson, a subdivision that became a local symbol of the housing crash, is being revived.
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Reasons are too many to list why New York City is such an excellent tourist destination. Obvious attractions include the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Times Square and Broadway. But museums are huge draws for visitors from all over the world. It’s not uncommon for New York museums to offer tours, or at least h
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Our cats have been restless lately. We’ve been trying to figure out why. They’re affable but acting sort of strange, if you get my drift.
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Dear Straight Talk: Our two teenage daughters give us few problems. However, their phone accounts are in our names and we routinely check their messages without their knowledge. Our youngest, age 16, has a male friend from a good family who has been texting her with extremely personal questions about female anatomy. He is a
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Note to readers: This week’s column is written by Heather Neal.
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Twitter's a window to the world, not just a stream of trivia.
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Growing complaints about the costs of switching to cleaner diesel engines have made a difference with the California Air Resources Board.
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When bad behavior is accompanied by a diagnosis -- of autism or bipolar disorder or ADHD -- are we really doing young people a favor by cutting them slack? How will the real world treat them?
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Patrick Jones deserves better than having his name defamed for wanting to help veterans.
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Mentors and learners can contact library to learn more.
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When doctors fear a patient with a mental illness might do someone harm, there's very little they can legally do.
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What's it like to be transgender? A college freshman who grew up in Redding offers his perspective.
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Are schools still trying to tell kids how they can wear their hair?
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The Tea Party celebrates its tidy rallies, but is named for an enormous act of destruction.
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Are talks with Iran the way to extract a nuclear deal? Is there anything we could do prevent nuclear escalation in the Middle East?
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That wreck of a building is of use to nobody but the drunks and dopers. Stop the stalling and tear it down.
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Date of birth: March 15, 1962 Height: 5 feet, 7 inches Weight: 160 pounds Brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Sale of a controlled substance
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Date of birth: Sept. 25, 1990 Height: 6 feet, 2 inches Weight: 145 pounds Brown hair, green eyes Charge: Sale of a controlled substance
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Date of birth: March 1, 1969 Height: 6 feet, 2 inches Weight: 260 pounds Brown hair, blue eyes Charge: Assault with a deadly weapon
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REDDING LACROSSE LEAGUE
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Shasta College football is looking to clinch its first winning season since 2008.
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Rob Patterson, also known as Rob the Dump Guy, of French Gulch once worked at the French Gulch dump. He loved historic things and he lives in one of those historic houses on Main Street in French Gulch. While he...
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A fire is burning at an outbuilding this morning on the eastern edge of Redding.
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RED BLUFF — Two teens were arrested Friday after what police say is a fight between the two stemming from a gang rivalry.
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A reminder: At 1:30 this afternoon (Saturday) at Old City Hall in downtown Redding the Shasta Historical Society offers a "special (free) lecture on the history of the Sacramento River by local author Bob Madgic. His presentation will feature an...
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RED BLUFF — Police had busy Friday night as they arrested four people and are looking for a fifth after a reported vehicle theft, domestic violence call and three foot chases, officers said.
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The beauty of the garden in winter is a unique pleasure: fragrant, fresh evergreens, bright berries, frosty mornings. Photo: Frosty Indian hawthorne on a cold North State morning. Seasonal greens, winter fruits, and sculptural cones have long been associated with the winter holidays--with brightening shortened days and long
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We all know he would've preferred a more humble pedestrian bridge. The Sundial, he said, was a flashy and extravagant waste of public and private money and a bad fit for Redding. For years he refused to walk across it....
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Human remains found this week in the Southern California desert are believed to be a San Diego-area family of four who disappeared more than three years ago, and their deaths appear to be homicides, authorities said Friday.
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Redding will see a high temperature of only about 63 degrees Saturday, a chilly contrast to recent weeks of sun and temperatures in the 70s and 80s.
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No. 3 Central Valley High football welcomes sixth-seeded Wheatland to Shasta Lake for a 7 p.m. Northern Section Division II quarterfinal.
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Fourth-seeded Shasta High football hosts rival and No. 5 Foothill in a Northern Section Division I quarterfinal at 7 p.m.
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No. 1 West Valley High football entertains eighth-seeded Yreka in a Northern Section Division II quarterfinal at 7 p.m.
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The No. 2 Redding Christian Lions stormed to a 64-34 victory over the fourth-ranked Big Valley Cardinals in their NSCIF Division VI semifinal game Friday night after leading 27-22 at halftime.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Central Valley High football and its seniors are likely playing their home finale.
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West Valley High football wants nothing more than a section championship.
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Anderson High catcher Chelsey Holley signed her national letter of intent to UC Riverside for softball.
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Shasta College football travels to College of the Redwoods for a 1 p.m. game in Eureka Saturday to finish its season.
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A new law that makes it cheaper and easier to start a small food business is already bringing entrepreneurs out of the kitchen.
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An old-time Redding lodge is reviving itself with a membership drive and activities appealling to the younger set.
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Whatever went sideways between Anselmo Vineyards and the county, the dispute is worth settling to clear the cloud over a fine establishment.
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If you have piles of paper spread around the house, spend countless minutes trying to track down that mixer you know you put in some drawer or wonder where that box of batteries is, then you may find some help at a seminar next week about getting organized.
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Q. Can you tell me when to harvest Meyer lemons?
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Tomatoes and peppers still producing as carrots and broccoli take root.
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Truckers now have until July 1, 2014, to come in compliance with the new diesel emission standards.
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A member of the Redding Rancheria tribe joined more than 300 American Indian tribal representatives in Washington, D.C. this week to meet President Obama and his cabinet.
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A Redding man who lost a bid for a new trial in 2011 and is serving 54 years to life in prison for murdering a Mountain Gate in 1997 is still trying to win his freedom.
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Janna Hoehn is on a Vietnam War mission.
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One-lane traffic on E. Bonnyview will cause intermittent delays for motorists.
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Redding’s famous Sundial Bridge turns 10 next year, a milestone city and community leaders are determined to celebrate in a manner fitting of the aesthetics of the regal footspan over the Sacramento River.
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When our hay tipped over, the locals were quick to grab bales and get us reloaded.
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My husband and I always enjoy our trips but look forward to coming home to Redding. Here's why.
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Thomas Lawrence's "College Notebook" column delves into the bowl-game selection structure for JC football.
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Shasta County Sheriff's detectives today released new information in a Thursday morning shooting that sent one man to the hospital.
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Emergency crews are at the intersection of Place and and California Streets downtown Redding after a person in a wheelchair was struck by an SUV.
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CBS crews were in Redding this summer to film a segment for its weekly TV show “Undercover Boss.”
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The mystery photo is the Big Bend Hot Springs bath house. And the winner is youngold1 who guessed it correctly at 12:57 p.m. Congratulations to our winner and a big thank you to Jack's Grill for providing our winner for...
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Crews are at a reported apartment fire in the 300 block of Buckeye Terrace off Lake Blvd. in north Redding.
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So argues Allan Savory. Here's a recent TED talk he gave. Savory's going to be in Chico next month, along with best-selling Paleo diet guru and former Redding resident Robb Wolf. Here's a link to the $199 two-day conference. There...
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The smoke column west of Redding today is a controlled burn at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
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Authorities say they seized 300 pounds of marijuana in a sting operating on Thursday in Trinity Pines outside of Hayfork.
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Everyday I pray for my kids that they are not overwhelmed by the culture of death, but when I walk into my daughter's room and see what she has written on her door, I am brought to my knees in thankfulness for God's grace and intervention!
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Many Redding.com commenters and a letter writer earlier this week asked a question that has left many wondering. Namely, why did Steven Motley, who was injured while being arrested last month and subsequently died (of heart failure fueled by methamphetamine...
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Commenter "Hipneck" sees the political contradictions that frustrate State of Jefferson proponents -- conservatives in a liberal state -- and declares they're just fine, in response to a line in today's editorial: "...the frustration of living at the intersection of...
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Kailua, on windward Oahu, is fed up. Excerpt from an AP article: "Two of the three houses next to (Lisa) Marten are currently vacation rentals. Earlier this year, a large group of renters in their 20s staying in one of...
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Redding police say they arrested today a man who was featured on Shasta County’s Most Wanted earlier this month.
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Bob and Mandy Edmondson should be proud of their new digs in Mission Square. It's spacious, colorful, and full of my favorite foods all concentrated in one place. I tried the fresh juice and was pleasantly surprised by the flavor...
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Here's a sobering set of statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Deaths from drug overdose have been rising steadily over the past two decades and have become the leading cause of injury death in the United States....
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A man who disappeared from his Oregon home three years ago was seen about two months ago in Redding, according to a missing persons network.
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If you're out on the town this evening in Redding or elsewhere around the still-mythical State of Jefferson, you might run into a merry-making band of revolutionaries armed with petitions. Yes, it is time for the State of Jefferson Pub...
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Almost like a Thomas Kinkade painting, minus the warm glowing window light, and cozy smoke curling gently up from the fireplace. “Picturesque property w/ cozy Mill Creek cabin w/ nice upgrades. Spacious living area w/ nice fireplace ideal for the chilly weather, bright kitchen,
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What is this and where is it? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $25 gift certificate and an award certificate with your name and the mystery...
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Thirty years ago Yours Truly spent five happy years living and working in Tokyo. Japan has changed a lot since ("lost decades" after a real estate bubble burst, "hollowed out" industries, homeless on the streets, illegal immigrants, a gravity-defying yen)...
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Hadn't thought of that in decades (my dad was an Elk in the late Sixties). My memory was jogged by a tour of Redding Elks Lodge #1073 by Exalted Ruler Jeffrey Carr (pictured), the fourth member of his family to...
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Redding fire crews contained a blaze at a duplex in the 3700 block of Churn Creek within minutes after it was called out.
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Two weeks ago, we told you about this foreclosure home in a great neighborhood that has a brokerage’s For Sale sign on it, but remains unlisted in the MLS. We pointed out that by our MLS rule 12.6, it had to be listed within 24 hours of the sign going up. So we’ve been waiting. And waiting. Usually, we’d just ch
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Fire crews were dispatched to Junction City today after receiving reports of a structure fire that had spread to vegetation.
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The circumstances surrounding a stabbing case in Anderson, where a man with neck wounds was picked up on the street by two Samaritans on Thursday has changed, authorities said today.
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As I type this I have just returned from a sacred ritual that only some lucky parents get to enjoy: the annual return to college, a pilgrimage of semi-epic proportions where we journey to the far reaches of this long, beautiful state. Both of our daughters wisely chose colleges with mild, benign climates and sunny [...]
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Expect a cooler start to the weekend as Friday’s high should be about 65 degrees with a north-northeast wind up to 11 mph.
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It took 150 years, but a Pennsylvania newspaper said Thursday it should have recognized the greatness of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address at the time it was delivered.
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Officers in West Texas who answered calls about a kangaroo hopping along a road helped capture the pet and return the animal to its owner.
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In 1913: L.C. Smith purchased the Morris telephone system, which embraced the territory from Millville up South Cow Creek Valley to Whitmore and from Millville up Old Cow Creek to Whitmore. The new owner would not take absolute possession until the first of January.
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SHASTA LAKE — A full offseason of installing an up-tempo offense was designed for games in November.
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West Valley High School hosts the Northern Section cross country championships.
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No. 3 Central Valley High football hosts sixth-seeded Wheatland in a Northern Section Division II quarterfinal and the Record Searchlight's Game of the Week.
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West Valley High School hosts the Northern Section cross country championships.
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A roundup of sports results and briefs from the North State.
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No. 2 Shasta High volleyball hosts third-seeded and rival Foothill in a Northern Section Division III semifinal.
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In 1913: A tramp was killed in Kennett when he fell from the rods under the sleeper of Train No. 13. The unfortunate man was evidently new at “beating it” and had tried to get off or change his position while the train was still in motion.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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After more than four hours of discussion, the commission decided to take up a revised ordinance again next month.
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Advocates of divorcing California can fill a room to overflowing, but they still can't offer sound reasons why their plan is a viable path to North State revival.
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The Democrats' triumphant expansion of the social-welfare state is turning into a catastrophe before their very eyes.
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The City Council just asked the Attorney General's Office to investigate the nonprofit RCAC, one of whose board members runs the veterans museum. And Patrick Jones wants to hand more city money over?
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SACRAMENTO — A federal judge has signed off on a settlement agreement in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of a Red Bluff boy who was killed in 2009 at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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Results of two autopsies were returned Thursday.
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A man shot twice this morning at a house on Woggon Lane just outside Redding was refusing to cooperate with Shasta County sheriff’s deputies who responded to the scene, except to tell them he had been shot at the house.
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Don’t be surprised to see a picket line Monday outside the Shasta County Courthouse in Redding.
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Lots of music on for this weekend, from jazz to classical.
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Buzzard’s Roost Hotel was located at the junction of Oak Run Road and Reid’s Toll Road.
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The basket Chad Abel has under construction is far from the type that could be set in the back seat of a car or used as a home decoration.
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American individualism seems to have convinced many that they can be disciples of Christ while ignoring or even scorning Christ's church.
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I for one want to see the state workers live on $3,000 a month.
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North State residents are invited to a meeting Wednesday to help shape the future of Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
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A roundup of North State business news.
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Fire crews were being dispatched to a vegetation fire in Happy Valley.
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I don't know when the photo was taken but it is obviously very old. I love it because it takes you back to days of long ago. The Masons purchased the land where the Igo Oddfellows building (aka The Igo...
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Authorities say a man in his 20s was rushed to a hospital after he sustained neck and shoulder stab wounds today.
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A Dunedin, Fla., neighborhood remains on edge after a large sinkhole opened up early Thursday morning.
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Authorities say a pickup truck crashed into a tree off Highway 299 near Oak Run this afternoon.
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Planning Commission meeting, which starts at 2 p.m. at 1450 Court St., Suite 263 in downtown Redding
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A county-wide enforcement campaign against drunken driving has gotten boost with $101,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety.
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The Wall Street Journal reports that hydroelectricity, which powers civilization as we know it on the West Coast but is much maligned for its effects on fisheries, is suddenly looking like a growth industry again. After decades of efforts by...
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Uncle Joe bought me my bazooka. He lived 3,000 miles away, in Detroit. I don't think he could hear the explosions, but I'm not sure. He quit calling us after Christmas. That Sonic Blaster was one of two presents from my “Genius Uncle,” as Mom called him. The other was the “Big Ear” eavesdropping dish. [...]
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Two vegetation fires that broke out today in southeast Redding were contained within minutes.
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Don’t be surprised to see a picket line Monday outside the Shasta County Courthouse in Redding.
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Nothing historically significant about the building, but I see the former Cowboys Mattress store on North Market Street has been demolished. This comes several months after the mattress store closed in
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Ordered a Smokey Basil pizza (eight bucks) last night at Bruciante, the 11-month-old drive thru just north of IHOP, run by the friendly Larson family. Here's a photo of the outdoor oak-fired pizza oven doing its 700-degree thing. The 10-inch...
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Here’s a government owned 1104 sqft 3/1 on almost an acre. Noticed one thing though. The converted garage would be a problem for most FHA financing due to appraisal issues. But because this is a Fannie Mae REO asset for sale, they (you, actually) are willing to finance it (again) without an
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Picture taken on Monday morning. Wonder how much more of this structure we'll see before our belated rainy season begins. UPDATE: Perhaps I should've explained what the head tower did. Here's a link to an article about the dam's...
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A Democratic official says President Barack Obama has decided to allow the sale of canceled individual health insurance policies to existing customers, part of a plan to satisfy public discontent with "Obamacare."
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A man shot twice at a house on Woggon Lane, just outside Redding, was refusing to cooperate with Shasta County sheriff's deputies who arrived on scene, except to say he had been shot.
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Another sunny day in the 70s is in store for Redding Thursday before a slight cool down and chance of showers. Thursday should be about 73 degrees with a north-northwest wind of about 5 to 9 mph. A 20 percent chance of showers will move in at night with a low of about 45. Friday will drop nearly 10 degrees under mostly sunn
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The Shasta County Planning Commission will meet today to decide on its recommendation on changes to the county's medical marijuana growing rules that would ban outdoor grows and tightly restrict indoor grows.
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Bob and Susie Baker worked in production fabrication and casting for the jewelry industry from 1970 to 1993. Since then, the Bakers have operated a custom blacksmith shop, creating custom work all over Carmel, Monterey and Pebble Beach, including interiors, exterior decoration and handrails. They came north to get away from
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Journey to New Clairvaux Vineyard in Vina to help commemorate the release of its 2013 St. James Nouveau Tempranillo, a wine made in celebration of the end of harvest, in the tradition of Beaujolais Nouveau. Events are set for 5:30 to 8 p.m. Friday (call 839-2200 to RSVP) and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The vineya
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Nancy Copland’s family has owned Fast Weenies, the tiny hot dog stand in Redding’s Cypress Square shopping center, for 31 years and they’ve built a “good solid customer base — people who come in every day” for hot dogs, the locally famous Frito boat, homemade potato salad, sun tea and Copland’s giant cookies a
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“A Christmas Story” is the comfort food of holiday shows. Whether you’ve seen it once or a hundred times, it remains one of those sweet stories that hits every button and helps wrap up the yuletide experience in a sentimental, heartwarming gift that belongs under every tree.
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Feature on cousins Tim and Kolt Naylor who have dedicated their senior season of football to their grandfather who passed away two weeks before the season started.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Shasta College hosts Simpson University in a Redding collegiate wrestling showdown.
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RED BLUFF — Tehama County administrators heard the public’s views on splitting from the state of California on Wednesday night and saw a picture of what the 51st state would look like.
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Shasta College student Johanna Call made her third try Wednesday at getting trustees to address concerns about poor academic counseling, financial aid obstacles and canceled classes.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Red Bluff Police say they're looking for a man who struck a woman with a vehicle stolen from a senior citizen and then kidnapped that woman Wednesday.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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In 1913: McCloud River water was proposed for the city of Sacramento. The proposal, made at the Sacramento Retail Merchants’ Association by the Mt. Shasta Aqueduct Co., was to furnish Sacramento with an unlimited supply of pure mountain water from the river at a cost said not to be excessive. The water would come from spr
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Four local athletes sign Wednesday, and one more later this week to college sports programs on National Signing Day.
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Soda, specialty coffee drinks can add lots of unneeded and unhealthy sugar to diet.
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Private tests can determine whether a person is experiencing memory loss, early signs of dementia.
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In medicine, just as in life, things are not always what they appear to be. Chances are that if you have a funky looking or off-color toenail, someone has helpfully informed you it is fungus. If they are very helpful, they even mentioned that your doctor has a pill for it. The cause of distorted nails is myriad. We see frus
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The California Homemade Act took effect in January. Currently, there are 17 businesses in Shasta County that have permits.
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A Redding woman who was released from prison this year after being sentenced in 2004 to a 10-year term in connection with a Round Mountain murder may soon be going back.
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With Shasta County’s real estate market improving, a family that owns land just south of Anderson wants to develop a 90-home subdivision.
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Johnny’s Cathouse will be closing in December, the result of a former employee caught making drug deals, the owner says.
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The notion that it is some inherent, essential aspect of the ethos of sports or football to have people treating (or mistreating) one another this way is repulsive to fans and insulting to athletes
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Record dry year? Most of us have barely noticed except to enjoy the sunshine. Those big reservoirs work.
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Those who were healthy an insurable under the old insurance system might well see cost increases under "Obamacare." But good health can disappear quickly.
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Two Shasta County men charged with murder, one of them accused of fatally shooting his son in the back, were arraigned today in Shasta County Superior Court, both pleading not guilty.
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Authorities say they arrested one man during a bust Tuesday in Anderson.
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Authorities say a teen died after being hit by a pickup on Highway 36 outside Red Bluff Tuesday evening.
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I am of an age and, especially, a family phase where nightlife is a distant afterthought, but one young Redding-ite isn't sad to see Johnny's Cathouse lock its doors: Obviously Johnny's Cathouse is in a great location and we have...
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The stock market's booming, investors can't get enough of tech IPOs...what's a few million bucks for a swell second, third or fourth home in the Redding area? Realtor Skip Murphy takes us on an online tour of the top ten,...
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Johnny's Cathouse will be closing in December when its owner turns over his liquor license, the result of a former employee who was caught making drug deals.
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Redding residents are hoping to garner donations to help with relief efforts following Typhoon Haiyan's devastating impact in the Philippines.
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Part of the frustration driving the State of Jefferson movement (which is still making the rounds) is over the economic stagnation of rural California, which proponents argue they could turn around with a more business-friendly government. And heaven knows the...
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As fire crews got a handle on a wind-fueled fire that broke out between two homes in Centerville, a second one was being reported in Lakehead.
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Note: There will be no Board of Supervisors for the next two weeks, November 19 and November 26.  Enjoy the holiday! In a sign of a recovering economy, the Board acted to recognize $2 million in “Teeter”  revenue.  Teeter is a method by which the county advances property tax revenue, in the amount due, to
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The autopsy of Steven Motley, the man who died three days after a struggle with Redding police officers, shows he died of cardiopulmonary arrest and had toxic levels of methamphetamine in his system.
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Collect all 10! We read that Twitter went IPO recently. Naturally, that means newly minted millionaires and bazillionaires are here in Northern California, looking for great real estate. Here are the top 10 most expensive homes currently for sale in our MLS. Starting with Number 10: Coming in
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Read more about "Vinnie" (pictured), mascot of a 31-year-old Redding restaurant, in tomorrow's DATE magazine....
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A Monday night disturbance at a Red Bluff apartment complex left one person with a facial wound, and police were looking for the perpetrator.
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Bradley Weber Sr., the 52-year-old Igo man accused in the fatal shooting of his son, has been returned to Shasta County, jail records show.
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State Street, that great street. But evidently $260K was a bit too high a price. Get it for less now. Less square footage too. Back in 2006 it was listed as 1220 sqft. Now it seems to have deflated a bit to a more economical 832 sqft 2/1. It’s been retrofitted with a central HVAC system somewhere be
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A writer for the Coachella Valley Independent discovers why Lassen area wines taste the way they do: "When you can taste the soil type in the wine you drink, you're tasting the wine's terroir. I learned this word at Lassen...
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Scott Mobley e-mails after reading Damon Arthur's weather story in today's paper: "The whole month of November is starting to look like a bust for NorCal as ridging persists across the eastern Pacific. This next week the Pac NW is...
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Sunny skies will warm Redding to about 76 degrees on Wednesday with a north wind of about 5 to 7 mph. The night will drop to about 49 degrees. Thursday will drop slightly to about 74 degrees, while Friday will be cooler at about 67. There's a slight chance of rain Saturday, which otherwise should be about 64 degrees before
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State of Jefferson proponents will argue in favor of Tehama County joining its efforts to leave California.
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About me: My name is Melinda Curtis. I’m 39-years old and married. My husband's name is Geff. We have three dogs and own a home in Anderson. I was born with cerebral palsy.
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If I could only keep a handful of cookbooks, "The Silver Palate Cookbook" and "The Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook" would be among them. With some embarrassment, I remember visiting my youngest sister at her home in New York many years ago where I took the subway and a couple of buses for the journey [...]
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Anderson High volleyball's resurgent season came to an end Tuesday in Orland.
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No. 5 Redding Christian volleyball hosts 12th-seeded Dunsmuir in a Northern Section Division VI first-round playoff match.
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No. 7 Liberty Christian volleyball, a Northern Section Division VI finalist in 2012, hosts 10th-seeded Providence Christian in a first-round playoff.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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In 1913: The state Board of Health ordered an investigation into two human cases of bubonic plague in Kennett. Plague had never before been reported from the interior of the state.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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California Highway Patrol officers are investigating a crash outside Red Bluff this evening between a vehicle and a pedestrian.
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The former Wells Fargo freight depot in downtown Redding has been spared — at least for a few weeks.
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A man accused of strangling a Red Bluff teenager was in court Tuesday as the presiding judge checked both sides’ status ahead of the case’s thrice-delayed preliminary hearing.
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Jack up community colleges' tuition to squeeze more money out of the federal financial aid system? That's the cynical path that's created a student-loan crisis.
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Disgruntled conservative activists need to recognize the difference between principles and tactics.
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Management is always happy to offer pension improvements to close a deal with unions. When it comes time to pay up, it's a different story.
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Three new categories added this year: cupcakes, sweet breads and pies.
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As the holidays quickly approach, home cooks assemble their tried-and-true recipes as well as new ones that will interest their families.
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Kevin Askeland's bi-monthly North State Notes column.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Shasta County supervisors today unanimously approved a budget amendment that would free up $2.5 million to meet a five percent match required to qualify for state funding for a second jail.
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Shasta County vinter and restaurateur Reverge Anselmo was back in Shasta County Superior Court today as attorneys continued to plow the ground in preparation for a March trial in their long-running legal dispute.
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The "Affordable" Care Act is anything but.
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Less than a 100th of an inch of rain fell during October and annual rainfall is about 42 percent of normal, leaving lake levels low and firefighters worried about fires in dried out forests.
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The source of JFK assassination conspiracy theories? J. Edgar Hoover's push to grab jurisdiction.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified the body found in the Sacramento River on Monday as that of Nathan Eugene Shryock, a Redding man who had been missing since October.
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Check here for live updates from today's Redding Planning Commission meeting, which starts at 4 p.m. at 777 Cypress Ave. in the City Council Chambers.
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You may have seen Kathryn Gessner teaching English here at Shasta College, where she teaches College Composition (ENGL 1A), Literature & Composition (ENGL 1B), Poetry (ENGL 16), and Creative Writing (ENGL 31), or maybe pictured with her favorite books on posters around campus. Wherever she’s seen, Ms. Gessner is
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LUNA presents: Dia de los Muertos     Latinas Unidos Networking Alliance put together an amazing little event on Halloween at Shasta College outside of the 800 building. There’s even a display set in the window of the building, honoring lost loved ones.   Fo
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  It’s that time of year again to celebrate what was once a day to ward off evil but is now a fun filled day with monsters, pumpkins, and so much candy! Yes, Halloween was last week but what a huge success it was at the school! People dressed in costume, danced to thriller and Time Warp as the studen
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A Weaverville man was arrested in connection to three separate cases of child sexual assault, and there may be more victims, authorities said.
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Seoul is a living being. No longer to me is it just a name on a map, but it is a bustling, vibrant, and breathing being. It survives without sleep, with people who go to work all day, diligent and dedicated, and then there are those who are equally dedicated to taking advantage of the pulsing nightlife. &nb
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Nanowrimo wha…? Happy November Shasta! We have all heard of the famous “No-Shave-November,” but how many of you have heard of the “National Novel Writing Month”? Well, Nanowrimo (the abbreviation of National Novel Writing Month) comes once a year and here once again for the month of November. Thou
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On the off chance that I might persuade history lovers to speak to me again after today's dismissive editorial, I offer a link to the Center for Rural Affairs page on how to preserve and restore historic barns -- which...
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A preschool and two houses were evacuated today in downtown Redding after Pacific Gas & Electric crews repairing a small gas leak uncovered a more serious situation.
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Vicki Leide hopes so. She's selling her new gluten-free muffin, cookie and pancake mixes locally, around the north state, over on the coast, the Sacramento area and beyond. Leide sure knows the market -- her father, Joe Martino, opened Orchard...
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Crews had vegetation and debris fires that broke out today in Shingletown contained within 40 minutes after they were reported.
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Redding police today were dealing with two separate stabbing incidents today reported in less than a half hour.
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It comes from the Bee's Sam McManis, who's been traveling up to our parts and delivering some wonderful dispatches to readers in Sacramento: What's that, you say? The Sac River is to Yosemite what Ernest Borgnine was to Paul Newman...
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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — After two months of delay, demolition of the 1930s-era eastern span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge has begun.
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This is the same Wells Fargo building talked about in today's Record Searchlight story. Don't know when it was taken, but it's obviously a very old picture. I have always thought this building was the oldest remaining wooden building in...
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Yes, it is time for KIXE's annual holiday auction, a chance to score some great potential Christmas presents and help your local public television station. As a special added bonus, tonight only, you can throw rotten tomatoes at your television...
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The man struck and killed by a Union Pacific train on Sunday has been identified as 56-year-old Rory Graham.
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Bradley Weber Sr., the man accused in the fatal shooting of his son, will be discharged today from a Crescent City hospital he was taken to following his arrest on Sunday night.
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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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Ian Scarfe, piano | Sacha Rattle, clarinet Edwin Huizinga, violina | Charles Akert, cello “Quartet for the End of Time" by Olivier Messiaen was written in 1941, while Messiaen was a prisoner of war in a Nazi prison camp. Messiaen, a pianist himself, wrote the piece to play with fellow prisoners, who played clarinet, violi
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Shasta County – Barnes and Noble Booksellers in Redding is hosting its annual charity book drive and this year's beneficiary is the Shasta Early Literacy Project. Each year, Barnes and Noble Booksellers stores designate a local organization to receive books purchased by customers during the holiday season.  Acco
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The National Park Service and California State Parks are gearing up for their annual “Old Time Holiday” celebration on Saturday, December 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Follow in the footsteps of miners who in 1849, after preparing a holiday meal in Shasta, traveled to Whiskeytown to share their food and cheer! &nb
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Here’s some economic data from The National Association of Realtors (NAR). NAR assembled for their annual meet-up in SF last weekend. Their Chief Economist Lawrence Yun presented some slide images that readers here may find to be of interest. Below, a couple of very relevant slides: What other commo
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Took this picture out south of Anderson while showing property yesterday. Click to expand slightly. Which begs the question, what other kind is there?
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And it has a pool, albeit empty. An interesting REO from the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. “Enjoy a great view of the valley from this home! This 3 bed, 3 bath home with a pool needs a bit of TLC and is ready to be your new home!” So writes the
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A 23-year-old man featured on Shasta County's Most Wanted on Sunday was arrested the day after in Redding.
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Anderson police arrested a 29-year-old man late Monday on two felony warrants after officers say they caught the man breaking into a vehicle because he’d locked the keys inside by accident.
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Anderson’s police chief is inviting citizens to stop by for coffee and a discussion about his department today.
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Like many couples, Geff Curtis and Melinda Kaiser-Curtis like weekends best. They sleep in. They eat when and what they want. They play with their three dogs. Later, they could take a ride and go shopping. They might fold laundry as they watch a DVD. Or, if the weather's nice, Melinda and Geff
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There’s a 60 percent chance of showers this morning in Redding, but the rest of the day should see partly sunny skies with a high temperature near 68 degrees. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say the showers should mostly likely fall before 10 a.m., and less than a tenth of an inch is expecte
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An Oregon man was arrested in eastern Shasta County on Monday of failing to register as a sex offender.
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An eastern Shasta County man was arrested Monday on outstanding warrants after deputies said he led them on a vehicle chase.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Local sports results and briefs.
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies Monday afternoon recovered a body that was found in the Sacramento River south of Redding. Three kayakers reported seeing the body about a quarter-mile south of Clear Creek where it empties into the Sacramento River. Deputies have not yet released any information about the incident, includ
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Shasta Historical Society wants to win more time for the Wells Fargo freight depot associated with Redding’s early history and its western frontier roots.
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1913: Work on the Clear Creek bridge, to the north of French Gulch, on the road to the Gladstone Mine, has commenced. Part of the material is on the ground and the other part is at the Redding depot. Teamster Hi Westlake is doing the transportation work.
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An environmental impact report to tear down a decrepit old building? What would the pioneers have thought of that?
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Gov. Brown rightly vetoed a flawed bill, but restoring volunteerism would go a long way toward making the initiative a tool of the people and not the special interests.
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A split from the California Teachers Association might be penny-wise and pound-foolish.
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We have a trauma center right here in Redding -- so why was Steven Motley air-lifted to Sacramento?
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Bob Madgic to share how humans altered waterway and how it played key role in state's water policy.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Gospels were written much closer to Jesus' life than an author claimed.
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Redding resident Gay Yusta hasn't been able to get in touch with many family members since the storm hit her hometown of Tacloban, Philippines on Friday.
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Fifty billionaires have pocketed farm subsidies. Let's cut those government payouts before slashing food stamps.
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Thanks to the veterans and all who made Saturday a star-spangled day for a parade.
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An Igo man accused in the slaying of his son was arrested Sunday night at a Crescent City hotel but shortly afterward was rushed to a hospital for apparent alcohol poisoning, sheriff’s officials announced today.
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The first Real Deals on Home Decor in California will open in downtown Redding on Thursday.
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North Valley Distributing wants to build an office and warehouse that would be more than three times larger than its current home.
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Shasta County supervisors meet Tuesday at 9 a.m.
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IGO — Veterans Day is supposed to be a day of celebration.
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Marc Beauchamp, reading a thought-provoking column about how voters might crowd-source the evaluation of politicians, wonders how many stars our Redding City Council members might get. Funny thing, it appears one can rate one's elected officials on Yelp. And there...
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Reports are compiled by Western Outdoor News. Call 800-290-2929. BEST BITES EUREKA — Dungeness crab season is open! Crab limits were easy, once the main concentrations were found and explored. Shore-based folks either cast snares for Dungeness or pulled rockfish, greenling and cabezon out of the rocks. KLAMATH RIVER, Iron
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Emergency personnel are reporting that a person may have drowned in the Sacramento River south of Redding
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An Igo man accused of murdering his son was arrested Sunday night in Crescent City, sheriff's officials announced today.
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Voices of Faith: When lawmakers discuss cutting social services budgets, they often say that faith organizations will step in and meet the needs of those living in poverty. Do you feel your congregation could do more to help the poor or are you already stretched thin? What challenges would your congregation have to overcome
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But not a lot. And part of it is our usual seasonal slowdown. It seems fewer want to start home shopping as the holidays approach. Here’s the chart we use to gauge demand: And we should point out that you will see different numbers posted elsewhere for Shasta County. Our posted info is from the MLS, and roug
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Union Pacific Railroad police suspect alcohol may have played a role in the death of a man who was struck and killed by a train on Sunday, a rail carrier spokesman said today.
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Today and throughout the month some local businesses are offering special deals and discounts that veterans can take advantage of.
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Lower temperatures are prompting fire officials to lift outdoor burn bans in Redding and Shasta and Trinity counties starting today.
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Amazon says it is teaming up with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages on Sundays.
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They've both called global warming skeptics "stupid." Clooney here, Theimer here....
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Here’s a Fannie Mae foreclosure in the region not far from Lake Shasta known locally as Jones Valley. It has a very private looking paved driveway……that seems to end just before making it to the home. And evidently it comes with this stump.So if you were looking for a stump to call your own, welcome home
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Expect partly cloudy skies, turning into possible rain tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
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One of Shasta County’s “Most Wanted” suspects was arrested Sunday afternoon near Redding City Hall.
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1913: Six Redding youths, whose ages vary from 12 to 18, will have a hearing before the juvenile court Friday on complaint that they have been smoking, drinking and frequenting pool halls. Wilda Harrington, an officer of the court, made the complaints.
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Man hit by train killed Sunday
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About five years ago I was driving from San Francisco back home one dark December night, and for some insane reason I was listening to Sarah McLachlan's "Wintersong" CD. If you have ever driven that stretch of Interstate 5 at night, you are aware of how very isolated you are most of the way, and how kind of weird and otherw
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Redding Swim Team members earned several first-place finishes at the Redding Breakfast Lions junior meet over the weekend at Shasta College.
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SAN FRANCISCO — First, tight end Vernon Davis went down with a concussion. Then it was standout rookie safety Eric Reid.
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Intriguing idea. But this piece (and comments) from FoxandHoundsDaily.com points up some of the obvious challenges and drawbacks. How many stars would Doug LaMalfa get? Or members of the Redding City Council?...
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How many sold in 75 years? Don't miss the party this week: November 11-16, 2013 Monday: Kid's Meal for 75 cents (w/purchase of adult meal) Tuesday: Medium drink for 75 cents* Wednesday: Small Fries for 75 cents* Thursday: 12-oz milkshake...
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At events honoring veterans, it’s customary for the band to play the official songs of the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. And it is the custom of audience members who’ve served with those branches of our military to stand at attention.
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Late in the morning of May 6, 2010, I climbed the outside stairs to the office of LPL financial adviser Robert Ow on California Street. He motioned for me to sit, and then gestured toward the broad video screen monitoring the New York Stock Exchange. The jargon and the mind-numbing figures from the NYSE are not normally the
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California has added 826,500 nonfarm jobs since the low of February 2010, but is still short 541,400 nonfarm jobs from its July 2007 high.
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SAN FRANCISCO — Opponents of a new California law that gives transgender students certain rights said Sunday that they had collected enough signatures for an initiative that would repeal the law.
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DAYTON, Ohio — Paul Young rarely talked about his service during World War II — about the B-25 bomber he piloted, about his 57 missions, about the dangers he faced or the fears he overcame.
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COTTONWOOD — Veterans Day has special meaning close to the hearts of James and Jeanette Hicks.
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Emergency crews are responding to reports of a pedestrian being hit by a train in downtown Redding near the intersection of Gold and Waldon Streets.
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A man was killed this afternoon when he was struck by a train in downtown Redding, police said.
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From the Feb. 1, 1913, issue of "The Spike," the Redding lodge's newspaper: "The Herd of Elk Secured by Redding Lodge of Elks No Roam the Hills of Shasta County "The elks have arrived," was the slogan that greeted brother,...
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Even though it's no longer there, people still talk about this hotel. It stood on the northwest corner of Main Street and French Gulch Road; a house now stands on the spot where the hotel once stood. It was built...
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Redding police picked up two with outstanding warrants on Saturday
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I love making a fresh start, or maybe even a do-over. I am looking forward to my new schedule!!!!
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The United Bikers of Northern California group is holding its 29th annual toy run today.
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Another mostly sunny day with highs in the low-70s is in store for Redding on Sunday. Forecasters also expect a calm wind to become southeast at about 5 mph in the afternoon. The night should drop to about 44 degrees. A chance of rain will move into the area Monday and linger into Tuesday.
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In 1913: The Redding post office had received a fair number of deliveries of farm implements. For some days past, the parcel post consignments had grown in size and variety until the interior of the local office looked more like a well stocked factory every night than anything else.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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It felt like old times in Palo Cedro on Friday night.
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The Shasta College men’s soccer team beat Feather River 4-1 to pull off an upset win at home Friday to stay eligible for the upcoming NorCal regional playoffs.
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Firefighters are working tonight to extinguish a small fire at Cloverdale Road and Oak Street in Happy Valley.
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Shasta College football hosts Mendocino in its home finale at 5 p.m. Saturday.
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For the Shasta College football sophomores, it's time for their Memorial Stadium swan song.
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We may be the first generation in human history to attempt a true reckoning of the cost of war.
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The Damburger in Redding has been serving customers since the days of the Shasta Dam construction. It's celebrating its 75th birthday.
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When it finally came time, after years of false starts, to build a new Redding police station to replace RPD’s dilapidated old bunker on California Street, there was only one dissenting vote on the City Council.
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The city of Redding is looking for a new operator for the Redding Dragstrip.
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Get outside and experience the light of the season to be inspired to create artwork.
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Dear Babe: I have a Mike Piazza-signed National League ball.
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Where two trees flourished, couple hope new plants will find a happy home.
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Dear Straight Talk: My son, 15, feels enormous social pressure to drink Starbucks and "energy" drinks. Of course he can say no, but when his peers are tanking up on these sugary caffeinated drinks, it's difficult not to succumb. How can I fight the "everywhere" drug, caffeine?
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Some years up in the mountains near the town of Mount Shasta there's a magical time, just before Christmas. It's in the cool, dry days before the first big snowfall, when Castle Lake is frozen over and it's time to lace up the skates.
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My daughter, Payton, just returned from a weeklong Tall Ships expedition with her school. The students worked as a team to sail the "Tole Mour" around Catalina Island while taking marine biology classes, snorkeling, chasing dolphins and whales, climbing masts, raising sails, and generally living out one grand adventure toge
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While navigating an obstacle course of expectation and disappointment and trying not to step on a landmine as I traversed rocky terrain, I received the startling news last week that a long time acquaintance committed suicide at the age of 54.
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Wool balls handmade in Nepal contain no chemicals.
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Enrollment ends March 1 next year, but you have until May 1 to get a policy in effect without paying a penalty.
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Here's how to put the phone down when interacting with kids to help strengthen their coping and communication skills.
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Also, Dungeness crab are protected in San Francisco Bay because it's nursery for them.
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State air officials will be in Redding on Dec. 5 to talk about the new diesel emission standards scheduled to take effect next year.
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Date of birth: June 7, 1978 Height: 5 feet, 10 inches Weight: 150 pounds Blond hair, hazel eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Oct. 11, 1990 Height: 5 feet, 6 inches Weight: 110 pounds Blond hair, blue eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Aug. 3, 1970 Height: 5 feet, 11 inches Weight: 170 pounds Blond hair, hazel eyes Charge: Corporal injury of spouse
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The government shutdown may have affected October's jobs numbers. But not how you think.
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NSCIF prep football playoff brackets are released.
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Hey, seen these? As one of those rubes who try to do the right thing and properly recycle batteries and other stray "household hazardous waste," it's been a running frustration -- especially since I had kids and the batteries really...
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Musician extraordinaire, John Doan is returning to the historic Avery Theatre in Etna on Nov.16th, 7pm to perform his latest concert 'Homage to Fernando Sor', which he previewed at concerts in Europe earlier this year. John's deep exploration of Sor's world has been greatly enhanced by some of the world's leading scholars w
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To honor America’s service men and women, Lassen Volcanic National Park will join other areas managed by the Department of the Interior in waiving entrance fees Saturday, November 9 through Monday, November 11.  “We hope that visitors will come to Lassen Volcanic National Park this weekend to enjoy this wonderful p
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Consider the lilies of the field – and those of the home garden. Heralds of summer and heat, they are trumpets of abundance, turk's caps of beauty. Abundant in color, size and blooms. You can press your face into theirs to drink the fragrance and come up not caring a bit about your pollen-tattooed nose. [...]
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A soup and chili fundraiser to support the Frontier Village Farmers Market in Red Bluff will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at the market, 645 Antelope Blvd.
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In honor of Veterans Day, free entrance is being offered at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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Redding should be mostly sunny today and Sunday though a chance of rains may hit on Monday. The high today should be about 72 degrees. Sunday should be about the same. A 10 percent chance of rain is expected Monday night and a chance of showers will linger through Tuesday.
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West Valley High football hosts Corning in a Northern Athletic League game with a chance for an outright league title and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Northern Section Division II playoffs on the line.
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Foothill High football hosts Red Bluff in a do-or-die battle for a Northern Section Division I playoff berth.
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High school football scores lead the area roundup.
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Previewing Rogue Fights' MMA bouts at Win-River Casino on Saturday.
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Police and rescue personnel went to Hartnell Avenue and Churn Creek Road late Friday night where two vehicles rolled over after a collision.
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Four people were injured, one of whom was also arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, late Friday after a two-vehicle rollover wreck at Hartnell Avenue and Churn Creek Road.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Robb Lightfoot, whose weekly column, "Or So it Seems" is featured on anewscafe.com, will be among the host of writers participating in the Ninth Northern California Authors Fair at the Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding Sat. Nov. 9,  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  (The mall is located at 900 Dana Drive, Reddi
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Foothill High football hosts Red Bluff at 7:30 p.m. as both teams vie for a Northern Section Division I playoff berth.
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Three juveniles have been released from custody several weeks after being wrongly accused by Red Bluff Police officers, the Tehama County District Attorney announced this evening.
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The picture on the left was the Engle Inn Resort in Castella (taken by Marilyn Rountree). It is located on Castella Loop Road and sits across the road from the Sacramento River. I took the picture of Castle Crags...
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Thomas Lawrence's column delves into the perils, and the beauty of the game of football, and how it should be handled with upcoming generations.
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Q. I notice that my raised beds don’t have any earthworms. Would it be a good idea to add some?
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Rreaders share images of odd-shaped fruits and vegetables.
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Drop off entries at Record Searchlight on Nov. 20.
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Here’s a list of what’s open and closed Monday on Veterans Day.
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In 1913: E.J. Barnes of Seattle planned to reopen the Silver King Mine, 4 miles west of Redding. He recently purchased the mine and planned to begin preparations.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Redding Police Chief Robert Paoletti says he is awaiting a cause of death in the Steven Motley investigation before releasing the names of the officers who were involved in an October incident that ended with Motley unresponsive in a backyard on the city’s south side.
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Unless nearly $200,000 in property taxes are paid, the Hat Creek Resort and RV Park in Old Station may not open when the snow thaws next spring.
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The 52-year-old Igo man accused of murdering his son a week ago remained on the lam today.
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Mistletoe School in Redding said "thank you" to veterans as students gained appreciation for what service to country means. It was all part of the sixth annual "Mistletoe Salutes America" event.
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It took more than four years, but a long-delayed white-collar criminal fraud case came to a close _ or near closure — today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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SHASTA LAKE — The 21st annual Shasta Lake Veterans Day parade will celebrate the nation’s veterans Saturday as a host of other observances and activities will follow suit on Monday.
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Outdoor medical marijuana gardens would be banned and indoor grows further restricted in Shasta County under a new ordinance that opponents call overly broad and unfair.
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Wall Street’s eyes were fixated Thursday on Twitter’s initial public stock offering, which initially was priced at $26 a share and briefly hit $50.09 by midday. That’s not bad for a company that has lost roughly $300 million in three years and isn’t expected to be profitable until 2015.
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Is there a bigger lightning rod in Shasta County than wealthy rancher-vintner-restaurateur Reverge Anselmo? Can’t think of one. If we had an online poll he’d likely be the most unpopular person in the county; in a “Shasta County Survivor” reality TV show he’d have been voted off the island long ago.
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Preview of Shasta College football's home finale vs. Mendocino College, Saturday at 5 p.m.
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West Valley High school is a win away from an outright Northern Athletic League championship and the guaranteed No. 1 seed in the upcoming Northern Section Division II playoffs.
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Readers of the online LA Times remember and share memories of November 22, 1963, and the surreal days that followed, here. Maybe the RS will offer a similar interactive forum in the run-up to the 50th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination....
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Please join us in congratulating our newest agent at The Address Realty, Michelle Dickson! Michelle comes to us from another local brokerage. In addition to being a dynamic Realtor, she has also served as an escrow coordinator, and has helped borrowers secure mortgage loans, so she is well informed of our complex fiel
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Firefighters quickly contained a blaze that scorched two acres of vegetation west of Los Molinos this afternoon.
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A hit-and-run crash on Interstate 5 in Anderson has backed up northbound traffic for about two miles.
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Redding Police Chief Robert Paoletti says he is awaiting a cause of death in the Steven Motley investigation to release the names of the officers who were involved in an October incident that ended with him unresponsive in a backyard on the city’s south side.
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Some schools are letting kids with live lice in their hair back in the classroom, a less restrictive policy that has parents scratching their heads.
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The Northern Section released the prep volleyball playoff brackets.
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The Redding Area Bus Authority's fourth annual Salute to Veterans drive-through fundraiser on Thursday collected $4,717 to provide free bus rides for veterans in need of transportation.
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We sold a home at the end of Live Oak a few months ago. It’s a lovely country-style setting under a canopy of trees inside Redding city limits. The street is shaded by huge trees. It’s near the big red barn you can see on Bonneyview. Good soil down there, so the trees grow enormous. Repre
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I often forget about the wonderful blessing that I have in my brothers. God gave me five Brothers, and one Sister (In Heaven). Each of these men are so very special in different ways a
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One of the strongest storms on record slammed into the central Philippines on Friday, killing at least four people, forcing hundreds of thousands from their homes and knocking out power and communications in several provinces. But the nation appeared to avoid a major disaster because the rapidly moving typhoon blew away bef
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E-mail just received from Scott Mobley in Portland: Doesn't look like the wet forecast will pan out so much this coming week or the one beyond that. NorCal will probably get some precip, but not a lot, and mostly in...
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Last week we told you about this foreclosure home in a great neighborhood that has a brokerage sign on it, but remains unlisted in the MLS. We pointed out that by our MLS rule 12.6, it had to be listed within 24 hours of the sign going up. So we’ve been waiting. Time since their sign went up: 19 d
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I'm backstage. Sitting on what might be the oldest wooden rolling chair on the planet, typing away on my mac. As all the action goes on behind me, I've carved out a teeny little office space upon on a 60 year old yellow linoleum kitchen table in between a gray rotary dial telephone with "Lewiston [...]
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ESCALON, Calif. — Authorities in California are trying to find a thief who recently squirreled away 140,000 pounds of walnuts in the latest nutty heist.
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Expect a few more days of sun followed by a chance of rain. Friday should be mostly sunny with a high near 70 and calm wind. The night will dip to 49. Saturday and Sunday will see mostly the same conditions. A chance of showers moves into the area Monday and will linger through Thursday.
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The United Bikers of Northern California are holding a toy drive today at Kmart in Redding.
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Firefighters were sent to a fire early this morning that burned a detached garage in the 39100 block of Crane Road in the Hat Creek area.
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In 1913: Fall River had the only woman stage driver. Mrs. Edgar Lansing was the only woman chauffeur in this part of Shasta County and the only lady stage driver in the state.
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Two drivers were arrested Thursday night on suspicion of driving under the influence during a DUI/driver's license checkpoint in Redding.
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Foothill High School hosts the Sac River League cross country championships.
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T.J.'s weekly prep notebook column.
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Shasta High volleyball hosts West Valley, one win away from a share of a Sac River League title.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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A woman was rushed to Mercy Medical Center on Thursday night after she crashed into a tree near Lake California.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say they found 41.2 grams of methamphetamine and led to the arrest of a man with nine outstanding warrants.
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Game preview of Red Bluff at Foothill football game. The Cougars and Spartans are both battling for a playoff spot in the regular season finale.
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A 51-year-old Redding man charged with murdering a Shasta Lake man last week failed to enter a plea during his arraignment today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A third appraisal is underway for the 14.1 acres of land the McConnell Foundation is offering to buy from Redding.
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Just when you think the cost of local government's pension promises can't get any worse, it gets worse.
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When the Obamacare website proves a failure, what does the president do? Campaign.
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You can't miss Castle Crags as you travel on Interstate 5 in the Sacramento River Canyon.
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Also catch and opera, help raise funds for causes and watch a film featuring veterans overcoming the odds on a perilous journey.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Also, Senior Nutrition Services needs delivery driver and project coordinator.
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Teachers in three small Northern California school districts have stepped away from CTA, voting to become independent associations.
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More than $10,000 raised by various groups will soon begin making its way to those displaced by the Clover Fire.
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A group of volunteers wants to lure Shasta County residents up to Siskiyou County.
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There is no scandal, spying or otherwise, on the part of the United States. Our position worldwide is no different than it has ever been. We have technical capabilities that we use to provide for the safety and security of our people.
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A complaint by an American Legion baseball coach over lack of accessibility to Tiger Field has turned into a spat between Redding City Council’s Rick Bosetti and Patrick Jones.
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The Klamath National Forest, which covers a great swath of Siskiyou County, is asking forest users who've taken the new Motor Vehicle Use Maps for a test-drive this year to offer the forest managers feedback. Here's Supervisor Patty Grantham, in...
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A 30-year-old motorcyclist suffered broken bones in a crash this afternoon on Victor Avenue near Galaxy Way.
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Firefighters say a pair of blazes have burned 25 acres south of Millville this afternoon.
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Redding Police say a man in his 50s died in a campsite near Sulfur Creek this afternoon.
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A Joss House and a red brick prayer furnace (see photo) were once located at Shasta; the prayer furnace was used only for funeral ceremonies. When a funeral took place, a fire was built inside and tinsel flowers decorated with...
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At 5-years-old, Miles looks to superheroes for inspiration for his battle against leukemia.
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After a hearing yesterday to explore how a $110 million software upgrade turned into an "unmitigated disaster" that left critical government services in limbo, Sen. Ted Gaines yesterday argued persuasively that we need a dramatic overhaul in how public agencies...
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RED BLUFF - A 28-year-old Red Bluff man was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of child pornography possession and violating parole, the Tehama County District attorney's office announced toda
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I took these images in Trinity County yesterday, on a work related journey into the mountains northwest of Redding. Above, the Stuart Fork of the Trinity River. You can usually find some spots of riotous color in the
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RED BLUFF - Seven people are arrested on drug and other charges Wednesday when a search warrant was served at a Christina Drive residence, Tehama County authorities said today.
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Here’s a ’56 1100 sqft 3/1 you can own for about what you’d probably pay to rent it. Here’s a bank owned Anderson home in a neighborhood of similar housing not far from the Anderson Outlet area. Representing the bank/seller is foreclosure listing agent Dustin Foster of The Real Estate Group. He writ
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North State residents are invited today drive through and drop off cash donations at Cornerstone Community Bank in Redding until 1 p.m. to help veterans.
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The Supervisors meeting on November 5 was the first after three weeks away for me, and the Board was kind enough to provide a brief meeting for my re-entry.  The Board passed a resolution designating November 5-11 Veterans Awareness Week. While this is hardly news, it did provide an opportunity to acknowledge that Shas
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Expect a small chance of rain later today with a high that should reach near 71 degrees. The 10 percent chance of rain will double moving into the night, which should drop to about 50 degrees. Friday through Sunday should be mostly sunny with highs hovering around 70, while a chance of rain returns Monday.
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“You are what you repeatedly drive.” ~  Aristotle “You don’t have to do this,” Karin said. She held her keys out, and I gave her mine. “It’s my turn, I guess.” “OK, but I know you don’t like my van.” That was putting it mildly. I hated everything about her Windstar—The SMV –The Stupid Min
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Redding police will staff a checkpoint Thursday to discern whether drivers are licensed and sober.
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LOS ANGELES — Southern Californians from Santa Barbara to San Diego have reported seeing a fireball that forecasters said was most likely a meteor streaking across the sky.
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Artist Debra Diner brings childhood memories of make believe and fantasy to life by creating personalized fairy gardens. Her handmade polymer clay people, including gnomes, fairies, dwarfs, princesses, and elves, inhabit tiny cottages built of natural materials like stone and pine cone. With Diner’s hand crafted pieces, t
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The radio stations with signals strong enough to reach Ruthie Foster’s childhood home in east Texas featured a lot of country artists, so naturally they became the inspiration for her earliest performances.
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Moonstone Bistro offers several pages of cocktails on its drink menu. There’s a seasonal page — right now it is “Autumn Cocktails 2013” — as well as “Twisted Classics,” “Booze & Bubbles,” and pages devoted to drinks made from gin, vodka, rum, whiskey and tequila.
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Rebecca Hanan and Bre Patterson had been waiting for Sky’s Pure. Food. to open, which it did early last week on Athens Avenue in Redding’s Cypress Square Shopping Center. “We are gluten- and dairy free,” said Patterson. They’d heard about Sky’s at a gluten-free meetup and had been watching the restaurant’s pro
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In 1913: Another design for the bridge across the Sacramento Driver at Reid’s Ferry would be submitted after the previous plans were rejected because the superstructure was too heavy for the substructure.
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Simpson University men's basketball has its home opener against Northwest Christian University at 7:30 p.m.
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Simpson University women's basketball entertains Northwest Chrsitian University at 5:30 p.m. looking for its second straight win to start the season.
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The University Prep boys and girls cross country teams were both victorious at the Northern Section small school championships on the 3-mile course at West Valley High in Cottonwood on Wednesday.
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A man suffered three stab wounds to the chest Wednesday night near Jones Valley Marina.
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Sheriff's deputies said they arrested a 40-year-old man late Wednesday after a reported stabbing at the Jones Valley campground, about 8 miles northeast of Redding on Lake Shasta.
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On Wednesday night Lucio Garcia, 16, made the school football team.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A logging truck is on its side and has spilled its load of lumber tonight on Highway 299 near Oak Bottom Marina in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area.
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  Redding’s largesse in the 1980s and 1990s, when the city offered its employees high-end pension benefits, has returned to take a monstrous bite out of recession-depleted coffers. How big a bite? In a best-case scenario, the city will need to come up with an additional $7.5 million in the next five years to meet [..
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The increasingly clear view of planets orbiting distant stars lends weight to the idea that we are not be alone in the universe.
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If only there were a way we could meld the strenghts -- and avoid the weaknesses -- of Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
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Find vaccine at drug stores, grocery stores and at Public Health office.
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If you like the NSA spying on you, it can happen again. If you like the national debt going up to $17 trillion, it can happen again. Obama guarantees it.
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More of us are religiously unaffiliated because we don't need the trappings of organized religion to have a relationship with God.
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The media spin facts for their own agendas, and audiences accept what confirms their biases. It's urgen tto dig deeper.
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Ted Cruz's father declares President Obama a foreigner -- anyone else see the irony?
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Shasta College sophomore Marzett Davis has had quite a journey since graduating high school in 2005. He's been to college in Arizona, to the other side of the world with the military and back again.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Cottonwood Fire Chief says hopes for new fire station is down, but not out.
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Three doctors hope to open Prestige Urgent Care in Redding in January.
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Other changes in modern culture, including poor diet and too much television, also contribute to increase.
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The wife of an 80-year-old Cottonwood man charged with attempted murder after he shot at his next-door neighbors Sunday, hitting one of them in the leg, says he fired after one of them threatened to kill him and their adult son.
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Authorities say they arrested a man today after they chased a car they erroneously thought was connected to a murder case.
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After peddling around grand plans for a $50 million campus, the Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center goals have shrunk to a more modest level.
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An intersection with a high crash rate in north Redding will undergo major improvements and flashing light installation as part of a safety project to be carried out next spring.
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The plan is to thin out the trees and brush and leave behind a more open, healthy forest where visitors feel welcome to hike through the area
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Six of the first residents of the California/Redding Veterans Home will be featured and honored in the upcoming annual Veterans Day Parade in the City of Shasta Lake Sat. Nov. 9 at 10 a.m. The day begins with a 6 - 10 .m. pancake breakfast hosted by the Shasta Lake Lyons Club. World War II [...]
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Sky's Pure. Food. on Athens Avenue offers pecan meat on lettuce boats with mango salsa and guacamole. Here's a pic. More on Sky Leedy's new place in tomorrow's DATE magazine....
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It's that time of year again. For satsuma mandarin oranges grown in the north state. My favorite vendor, here's a picture, is Dave Eurchuk, who sells satsumas, pistachios and other delectables on Benton Drive next to the Lake Redding...
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With a 5-0 vote, the Redding City Council agreed Tuesday to confront the California Air Resources Board over looming diesel engine emission standards that opponents say will deal a crippling blow to the north state’s already fragile economy. The vote authorized Mayor Rick Bosetti to write CARB and invoke Redding’s “co
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Authorities arrested a man this afternoon after chasing a vehicle they erroneously had thought was connected to a murder case.
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Secret Witness of Shasta County is offering up to $10,000 for information on the whereabouts of Bradley James Andrew Weber.
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A man faces charges of parole violation, grand theft auto and resisting arrest after fleeing from Redding police this morning.
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Here’s an ’89 1488 sqft 3/2 in Lake Keswick Estates now owned by you and me as a HUD asset. It’s a great northwest Redding neighborhood if you like to bike the Sacramento River Trail. There is a trailhead just a few blocks away. We’d like to sell it, apparently. We taxpayers.
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An early morning fire reported by a newspaper delivery person destroyed a Hasvold Drive home here and spread to a neighboring home, a spokesman for the Red Bluff Fire Department said.
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"Pains." Tweet from last night's Redding City Council mtg: Dolores Lucero addressing council tells members twice to grow b---- on CARB, earning rebuke from Bosetti to be civil, not use foul language.— Jenny Espino (@jennyespino_RS) November 6, 2013...
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A statewide Amber Alert was issued this morning for a Sunnyvale man accused of abducting a 1-month-old baby.
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Anyone who's known me for more than a few minutes knows how much I adore cooking. Even so, sometimes, even for people like me, who embrace cooking as pure joy and even therapy, not a chore, there are times when, well, there's just not time or energy to cook. So it was that long ago [...]
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Redding will hit the mid-70s on Wednesday though the area may seem some moisture before the weekend. Wednesday should be about 74 degrees under partly sunny skies with light wind. A chance of showers will move into the area Thursday after about 4 p.m. but the day should otherwise be about 71 degrees. Friday will cool slight
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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 today.
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REDLANDS, Calif. — Police in Southern California have busted a cattle costume rustler after he tried to sell the stolen suits online.
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It may be in a dilapidated condition, but the downtown Redding police station has caught the attention of the Northern California Veterans Museum and Heritage Center.
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In 1913: A basket social and fair was scheduled for Nov. 24 to raise money a Christmas fund at the mine. There event would include dancing to music by the Gladstone orchestra.
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Foothill High volleyball looks to play spoiler at home against rival Enterprise in a crucial Sac River League match.
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Sun Oaks Tennis and Fitness in Redding hosts the final day of the Northern Section high school girls tennis individual championships.
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Preview of the 2013-14 Simpson University men's basketball team, fueled by former local prep star Anthony Williams.
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Preview of the 2013-14 Simpson University women's basketball team, looking to improve on two solid seasons with the relentless recruiting of coach Derrick Pringle.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Redding will focus on gaining new concessions at the bargaining table to close in on pension costs, which are projected to rise by about $1.5 million annually over six and a half years.
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Redding will focus on gaining new concessions at the bargaining table to close in on pension costs, which are projected to rise by about $1.5 million annually over six and a half years.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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When Shasta County's first county hospital at Shasta closed, this building was built in south Redding on what was called Hospital Lane. Now it is called Breslauer Lane for the family who once owned the land. This hospital was built...
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Redding Police say officers have arrested two people recently featured as Shasta's Most Wanted, a public awareness program targeting individuals who allegedly skipped court dates.
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Firefighters contained a quarter-acre blaze off Highway 299 just outside the western edge of Redding.
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The Shasta County Elections Clerk's office says the Cottonwood Fire Protection District's bond measure for a new station failed Tuesday.
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Here is a small list by date of all the Muslim Terror attacks and the US government has the nerve to put Christians and American patriots on the same level as these devils? 1970-1979  ”Swissair Flight 330” in Switzerland by PFLP 1972. 47 dead.  ”Munich Massacre” in Germany by Islamic Black September&n
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Shasta County supervisors and the Anderson City Council Tuesday approved a tax-sharing plan that could generate some much needed revenue for the jurisdictions once vacant land east of Anderson is developed.
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Shasta County Chief Probation Officer Wes Forman's abrupt resignation offers a chance to reboot a program whose results locally have been terrible for the law-abiding public.
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What drives up health insurance rates? Politicians can't stop mandating what must be covered, regardless of what policy-holders and insurance companies might agree on if left free to make their own choices.
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Here are some recipes to try as hunters bring home the upland game and water fowl.
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Cookies and desserts due to be submitted in Nov. 20 for judging on Nov. 21.
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Three local banks report earnings for third quarter.
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Bill Emerson of Emerson Motorsports in Redding hopes his Ballista competes with Lamborghini.
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An 80-year-old woman says an RV dealership pressured her and her husband into buying a vehicle they couldn’t even handle on the test drive.
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U-Prep helps seniors sort through college application confusion with a weekly class, Senior Transition. The sessions at the Redding charter school also cover financial aid, scholarships and other topics.
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A 51-year-old Shasta County man was arrested late Monday on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a Shasta Lake man who was dropped off Friday at Mercy Medical Center suffering from a gunshot wound.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Redding police treat criminals like criminals? Good.
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Reverge Anselmo is a great neighbor and steward of the Inwood Valley.
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$10,000 offered for information leading to an arrest in Ingot double homicides.
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Firefighters say a blaze has broken out in Shasta Lake this afternoon.
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The Monks of Vina from Beck Media Productions on Vimeo.
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The Monks of Vina from Beck Media Productions on Vimeo.
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Authorities are looking for two suspects in connection with an early morning break in on Friday of the Department of Fish and Wildlife office in Redding.
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A statewide association presented Tehama County Sheriff Dave Hencratt with an award for his agency's autobody shop, which uses inmate labor.
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A review of the latest Call of Duty game for the iPad.
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So Kurt Starman e-mailed yesterday: Hi Marc, Nothing new to report yet.... The preliminary appraisal reports need to be modified to reflect the easements that will be retained on the property in question. The City of Redding is waiting for...
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E-mailed Melinda Brown of People of Progress. Her reply: Hi, Marc, This is not catastrophic, but it is not helpful. The article mentions a family receiving over $600 being cut $36 yet another getting about $550 being cut about $55....
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While a cool marketing tool, it's technically illegal (a violation of FAA regs), reports Redding Realtor Skip Murphy on his blog here (and he seems to have done the research and due diligence)....
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Recently, we’ve started seeing these tour videos posted here locally. Personally, I love real estate home tours taken with small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), usually small radio controlled copters with stabilized camera platforms. They swoop in and out of homes, and fly up for a birds eye view of the property. T
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I don’t know what kind of bird this is, but it really seems to want to come inside the house. The red topknot folds down into a red spot when not in use.
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Here’s a Freddie Mac home in a good neighborhood. A 1996 built 1385 sqft 3/2 that’s been refurbished. “FMFL initiative until 11/19/13 Only owner occupied offers until this date. Everything is done here. New Paint, carpets, some fencing, Section 1, etc. Very nice open floor p
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A 51-year-old Shasta County man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in apparent connection with the death of a Shasta Lake man who was dropped off Friday at Mercy Medical Center suffering from a gunshot wound.
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Expect Tuesday to hit near 70 degrees with a north wind of about 3 to 7 mph. The night will drop to about 51. Wednesday should warm to 73 while a chance of showers will hit early Thursday. Highs Thursday through Saturday will hover around 70 degrees while it’s expected to cool into the 60s on Sunday.
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The blue cinder-block building on South Market Street that now houses Rose Garden was once home to a liquor store (name long forgotten), then an Asian market, then a series of restaurants including The Experience (which came and went before Femme de Joie had a chance to experience it) and a couple of Thai cafes [...]
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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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The Redding City Council will be talking about pension costs tonight.
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(Warning: handheld camera. May cause "The Blair Witch Project" effects in susceptible persons.)
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The final Northern Section Prep Football Media Poll is released.
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