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December 26th, 2013

A 54-year-old man suffered a fractured leg and arm and has a face abrasion tonight after he was hit by a truck on Highway 273 near the Win-River Casino.
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California Highway Patrol officers say a pursuit southbound on Interstate 5 this evening arose because the driver, who is from another country, didn't realize the cruisers' sirens meant officers were trying to pull over the car.
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies say two children and their mother who abducted them were found about 4:30 p.m. today at a Redding address.
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What could improve Redding's already outstanding trail system? Have you seen these fix-it stations?
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The gas tax has been diverted from highways to faddish "smart growth" initiatives.
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Whether or not it's ever formed, rallying for a new state lets California leaders know we have problems in the rural north.
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Phil Robertson did not say "all black people were happy before civil rights." He said the ones he knew and picked cotton with were spiritual and happy. In other words, these people knew the Lord and knew they were free in their hearts.
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If you wanted to know how the Affordable Care Act will affect you, why ask someone dedicated to undoing it?
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The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office won’t be filing criminal charges in connection with an October fight over a woman that led to the death of a Shasta Lake man.
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The holiday shopping season got its second wind as shoppers on Thursday were out looking for post-Christmas deals.
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The North State in 2013 continued to dig itself out of the hole left by the Great Recession. More jobs returned to the area as Shasta County's unemployment rate this fall hit single digits for the first time in five years.
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Barely a month after Redding cleaned up homeless camps in the canyon behind Mercy Hospital, many homeless have returned.
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Livingston Stone created first fish hatchery in the United States along the McCloud River.
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It will be a quiet weekend before New Year's Eve events take place next week.
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Shelvers, sorters, computer and technical services volunteers are sought.
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North State business news in brief.
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Despite warm and dry conditions, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park opened Thursday and will be operating through Sunday.
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Youth/beginner Christmas Bird Count finds much more than a partridge in a pear tree!
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A teacher and class at the Igo-Ono Elementary School received a national award for reading. The class and teacher have worked really hard to earn this award. This reward is only given to classrooms who demonstrate a committment to reading and comprehending what they read.
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A review of the third Head Hunter Pack.
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In an era of text messages and social media, a group of Simpson University and Juniper School students spent the past few months getting to know each other via pen and paper.
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In addition to dental caries, sugar is the likely cause of chronic ailments like heart disease, hypertension and many common cancers among them. Watching your sugar intake will have a lot of health benefit.
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Paramedics say a person may be trapped in a crashed pickup on Deschutes Road this evening.
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So says a Chinese-born investor who's part of a wave of business ties between the booming Asian nation and the humble Middle American city of Toledo, which The New York Times reports is "punching well above its weight" in developing...
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Law enforcement officials caught up with one of the county’s “Most Wanted” suspects in downtown Redding on Christmas Day.
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River Trail fix-it stations....
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Redding Police say an officer nabbed one of Shasta's Most Wanted on Christmas Day.
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Attached to this story is a quick video of highlights from the game.
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Check out this stunning HD video, taken by a climber on the mountain's west face on Dec. 14, 2013....
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The voters will likely have a chance. Just as everyone bailed out of the office to stuff stockings, the California Secretary of State's Office announced that an initiative that would legalize marijuana has been cleared for circulation. The nitty-gritty: MARIJUANA...
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Do two California Congresswoman have the solution to prevent blackouts when a provider and TV station reach an impasse during contract negotiations? KRCR Channel 7, the North State's ABC affiliate, and Fox 20 have been nonexistent to DISH Network subscribers for nearly a month, leaving people like Karen Woo
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Kearns Family Christmas 2013 from The Day's End on Vimeo.
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Kids Merry Christmas from The Day's End on Vimeo.
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Despite the snow seen in this photo, it rarely snows around here. In fact, it will likely be somewhere around 70 degrees and sunny here on the day after Christmas. This while most of the rest of the country is digging out from an ice storm, and thousands had no power for Christmas. The weathe
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There’s a catch, of course. The city is Detroit. Still, this sounds like a terrific idea. “Write-A-House, a Detroit-based literary organization founded in 2012 by novelist Toby Barlow, hopes to energize the literary community in the Motor City by giving writers not just a room of their
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When my sister was four, Mom took her on an all-day back-to-school shopping spree. Mom towed little Pattina through the aisles, hunting bargains. At store after store, Mom waited her turn in line while my sister grew ever more restless. “Cash or charge,” the salesman would ask. “Charge it,” Mom said, and slapped her
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Expect patchy frost today before 10 a.m., then the sun will raise the temperature to near 68, the National Weather Service predicts.
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One SAFE Place (OSP) announced today they want everyone to have a Crabby Christmas! Not that they want everyone acting like Doctor Seuss’ infamous Grinch, instead the non-profit organization which is dedicated to the shelter and care of victims of domestic and sexual abuse has announced that tickets to its iconic 27th Ann
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The popular Redding band, West Edge, is Allen Bradlyn on drums and backup vocals, Eric Wiebelhaus on bass, Bill Wavers on saxophone and Jimi Earl on guitar and vocals. The band has concentrated on their genre-defying original songs for the last year while still staying true to their reputation as a blues-rock and traditiona
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How do you improve on the Sweetspot — “the” place in town for artisan cupcakes and homemade gelato — when it already gets online raves like this from “Courtney C.” of Davis: “For this place alone, I would consider moving back to Redding”?
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From gourmet dining with a commanding view of the Sacramento River to singing along to the joys of mobile homes with Antsy McClain and the Trailer Park Troubadors, north state New Year’s Eve revelers again have plenty of entertainment options to choose from.
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In the spirit of an Irish pub, it’s a fairly wide demographic that continues to frequent Shameless O’Leery’s.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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A roundup of North State sports news.
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Do we need to expand the Legislature a hundred-fold? It's an unwieldy idea, but along with the schemes to break up the state, it reflects the alienation of citizen from government.
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The rich can't catch a break. They're given their own reality shows and gossiped about in the tabloids, as icons and amusement for others. But then they're expected to follow everyone else's laws like nobodies.
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Silas Lyons' opinion piece Sunday is that of a responsible journalist working for a responsible newspaper. The devil in the details of reporting on sexual assault charges is one that editors have wrestled with for centuries.
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The manner in which a cartoon portrayed President Obama, with exaggerated facial features and Dumbo-sized ears, was way over the line.
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Perennial candidate Russell Hunt appeals stalking conviction that landed him in prison.
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More than $11,000 raised in the North State has been distributed to Filipino communities in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan, which swept through the nation’s central islands in early November.
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More evidence that the economy is turning: The Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce is having its best year for membership growth since 2007 as the business advocacy group continues to rebuild and reinvent itself in the wake of the Great Recession. With a
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Simpson University had a tumultuous change in leadership and looked toward the future by breaking ground on a new building in 2013.
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Volunteers served up plenty of helpings of ham, green beans, mashed potatoes and biscuits Christmas Day at St. Joseph School in Redding.
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2013 was a year of change for North State schools. More classrooms switched to Common Core and the Local Control Funding Formula changed the way the state sends dollars to schools.
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Though the weather didn’t bring Redding a white Christmas, the valley was a winter wonderland — of sorts — as temperatures rose up to 70 under sunny skies.
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In 1913: Cass Meyers, foreman of the McCloud Lumber Co. No. 1 camp, was seriously injured by falling off a flume while on his way to his uncle’s home. Meyers fell about 14 feet and was bruised about the legs and side.
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Redding Police are heading to Cypress Avenue near the Interstate 5 overpass after receiving reports that an SUV hit a traffic light.
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Redding Police arrested a 23-year-old man after he allegedly led them on a chase today.
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Around the world, the holidays are in full swing. There are Christmas lights in Hong Kong, midnight Mass in Bethlehem, and even Santa distributing sweets in India.
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An old story in Redding but here's a story about Realtors back East using drones to help market luxury properties. Excerpt: "We're not selling $150,000 homes with this technology," Matthew Leone, director of web marketing at Halstead, told the New...
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It's Christmas. I don't know about you, but by the time Christmas comes, even I'm cooked out, and crave something simple that doesn't require a trip to the store. Plus, I lean toward dishes that use leftovers. Case in point is the challah I made last week. It's kind of my specialty, but I have [...]
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The famous Christmas Eve message from the three American astronauts of Apollo 8, in orbit around the Moon in 1968. It seemed for a magical moment that the whole world looked up and marveled -- and prayed for their safe...
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So Virginia Virginia O'Hanlon -- of Christmastime "Yes, Virginia" fame -- reputedly lived at 115 West 95th Street in New York City. Turns out it's a real address -- and one that's come up in the world. Last sold, Zillow...
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Via Political Wire, the FBI file on "It's a Wonderful Life": With regard to the picture, "It's a Wonderful Life," [INFORMANT's NAME REDACTED] stated in substance that the film represented a rather obvious attempt to discredit bankers by casting Lionerl...
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What's the governor got in the bag when he plays Santa? Pardons -- 127 of them announced on Christmas Eve, in what the governor's made a tradition. As far as I can tell, none of the pardoned were sentenced in...
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Cut to the bone. Now just $23.5M, down from $25M. From Zillow. Obviously this isn’t around here. But Barry is well known to Reddingites and
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Barry Hazle of KCHO-KFPR's Saturday bluegrass show "Shasta Serenade" reminded me a few weekends back just how much I enjoy Robert Earl Keen's spin on the family Christmas. On a more traditional and even reverent note, All Classical Portland's streaming...
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Just in time for Christmas….it's: FamLawPoly! No greedy, sociopathic Family Law Industrialist should be without one… 
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Last week I blogged about an acquaintance facing a large car repair bill because rodents ate some of the wiring in his engine. Among the e-mails I got in response: Marc, Got a kick out of your story about rodents...
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Merry Christmas to you and yours on this holiday eve in 2013. Here’s the historic Camden House just west of Whiskeytown Lake with some holiday decor.
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Merry Christmas Eve to you all. Hope you are healthy and happy, and with family today. Here’s a Feddie Mac foreclosure home in historic central Cottonwood. Representing th einterests of th egovenment in this sale is foreclosure listing agent Elisa Coyle of Realty World Tri-Star. She writes:
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Drinking over the holidays? A local towing company is offering a free ride home for you and your vehicle.
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Red Bluff police have made an arrest in the Monday morning burglary of Dollar Tree on S. Main Street.
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Doug Cushman is a former Redding artist and author who lives and works in Paris. He was born in Springfield, Ohio, and moved to Connecticut with his family at the age of 15. In high school he created comic books lampooning his teachers, selling them to his classmates for a nickel apiece. Since 1978, he [...]
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Expect sunny skies today, with a high around 71 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
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1913: A Christmas tree surprise will be sprung on the unsuspecting inmates at the county hospital tomorrow morning. It will be a big tree, 10 feet tall, loaded with a vast assortment of gifts. Redding merchants freely gave of their stocks, small and suitable to gladden the hearts of those who will surround the tree.
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COTTONWOOD — The California Highway Patrol reported Monday night a fatal traffic accident on Highway 36 west of Bowman Road.
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RED BLUFF - A 24-year-old Red Bluff man was arrested early this morning on suspicion of burglary after he allegedly broke into the Dollar Tree business on Main Street.
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COTTONWOOD - The California Highway Patrol is reporting this evening a fatal traffic accident on Highway 36 west of Bowman Road.
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Two people were killed Monday night on Highway 36 west of Red Bluff when they swerved to miss pigs in the roadway and smashed into an oak tree.
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Via Yahoo News, a short video, here, on how the city of Folsom is cutting back on water use by 20 percent as nearby Folsom Lake is drying up....
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Redding police are investigating a traffic collision involving a vehicle that reportedly hit a pedestrian in the area of Railroad Avenue and Logan Street.
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There's rumored to be some kind of "war on Christmas." If so, peace on Earth and goodwill toward men have once again won a lopsided victory for the season.
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Bill Lockyer, the soon-to-retire state treasurer, is sharing some "alarming" truths about California's uncertain future finances.
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North State business news in brief.
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Man convicted of killing Mountain Gate resident in 1997 wants DNA retested in effort to overturn his conviction.
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Annual ceremony includes honors to woman found in boat and man killed by train.
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As one man left behind a long life and good-humored reputation, his four-legged companion on Monday continued to struggle for a second shake.
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State wildlife officials are laying groundwork for protecting wolves once they make a foothold in California.
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Kohl's stores across the country are keeping their doors open for more than 100 hours through 6 p.m. Christmas Eve — a first for the national retailer.
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The "Duck Dynasty" star's remark about black people being better off before civil rights was totally wrong.
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Court reporters and other rank and file employees get 2 percent raise instead of the 8 percent they had asked for.
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Remember the derivatives that helped crash the banking system? The House would deregulate them once again.
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High-quality supplements and superfoods are designed to prevent the causes of diseases, whereas drugs merely mask the symptoms with disastrous side effects.
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In a scenario that played out across the state, home sales declined in Shasta County in November as rising interest rates and diminishing affordability pulled back buyers.
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Yesterday, after a walk on the river trail past the city of Redding's pump house #1,I e-mailed Public Works Director Brian Crane to ask if the low river level was affecting pumping of water to the Foothill treatment plant. His...
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Redding radio stations KLXR AM 1230 and KCNR AM 1460 have been off the air since this morning after copper thieves disabled their transmission towers.
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The Redding police officer who shot a 39-year-old homeless man on Wednesday was confronted by the man under the Cypress Avenue Bridge while trying to find a place to urinate, Shasta County sheriff's officials said today.
Shasta County Superior Court clerks, court reporters and others represented by the United Public Employees of California, Local 792 has voted to accept a contract offer that calls for 2 percent pay hikes.
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The end of the rush is in sight. It's Christmas Eve in Australia. People here are doing their last shopping - I read one friend's post that it was crazy busy at the best butcher shop in town and she had to wait half an hour, milling around in the crowds (it isn't a huge shop but it always seems to have more people inside th
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With little snow and dry conditions due to the unseasonably warm weather, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park has canceled its annual New Year’s Celebration and fireworks show.
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Its owner died after the pair was struck by a car while crossing a downtown Redding street Saturday night, and now the fight is on to save Rocky’s life and find him a new home.
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An important new law to observe this coming year include this new rule mandating that all homes be retrofitted with water conserving fixtures. This was the partly the subject of an editorial today at the RS “Editorial
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Q. What counsel would you give someone who thinks God abandoned them? This reaction to misfortune, a tragic injury or death, or discovery of a fatal illness, upsets us all, not just those personally affected. “Why do bad things happen to good people?” remains a puzzle that all of us confront at some point in our lives.
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An 81-year-old old Redding resident was hit and killed Saturday night near the intersection of Eureka Way and Olive Avenue in downtown Redding.
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Dear Friends, I know it’s a busy time of year for all – so busy that you might find yourself “Going Bananas.” In the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle, if you begin feeling like you are… Going Bananas, take a moment, think of your favorite banana recipe, jot it down and email it [...]
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Well, digital oil paint. I thought this digital image manipulation turned out interesting. The lovely Cascade Theatre in Redding rendered as something like an oil painting, with just few clicks. That is all.
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At least four people were injured and another fled after an early morning traffic collision on Eastside Road in south Redding.
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Over the weekend, a friend, a teetotaler, mentioned this conference, coming to Redding in early April....
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I've always thought that if big corporations got into healthy food and big pharma got into vitamins we'd know a certain tipping point was reached. Some of that is happening. Diet soft drink manufactures are trying to save a falling...
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Jody Cushman is battling tough odds. You’d never know it talking to her—she’s positive, matter-of-fact, warm and friendly. She makes the best of a limited lifestyle, devoting her time to family and friends. For instance, she’s almost done with a remodeling project that will turn her spare bedroom into a walk-in clos
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Hello Everyone, You can see by the subject line, I'm back in Redding for the winter but I thought it fitting to share some exciting news with you as it relates to my African life and the impact so many of you have had on what I have been able to do over there. For more [...]
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Forecasters say it'll be another sunny and unseasonably warm day today in Redding. Skies should be mostly sunny with a high of 66 degrees. At night, temperatures will drop to about 40 degrees. Tuesday should be even warmer, with a high of more than 70 degrees.
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OAKLAND — The family of a Northern California girl on life support after being declared brain dead was expected to appear with hospital officials in court Monday to announce the name of the independent physician they have chosen to provide a second opinion on the girl's condition.
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1913: That the Mountain copper company will push work on the concentrating plant, which it proposes to erect near Minnesota station on the Southern Pacific line, is evidenced by the fact that shipments of material are already being delivered where the structure will be built.
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies are looking for a woman who they say abducted her two sons after visiting them on Saturday.
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A chase that reached speeds up to 120 mph ended in a crash on Highway 44 in Redding on Sunday night and the driver escaping.
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The mandates to swap out old-fashioned fixtures in favor of low-flow plumbing are intrusive -- but the cost of water development is high and the urgency of conservation serious.
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We need to re-extend the safety net if we want to raise a generation that can escape the trap of poverty.
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The rich are squeezing the poor, the laboring classes and now even the middle class. Where does it end?
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Heels on a girl? That means no running, no jumping, no climbing of trees. Can't we let little girls be children?
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After 40 years on the job, Ono's town Santa is calling it quits.
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...is now a bit less of a bargain. A picture I snapped on the metro in Mexico City last year, a cheap, easy and safe (in my experience) way to get around the traffic-choked metropolis. The one-way fare, three pesos...
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies are looking for a woman who they say abducted her two sons after visiting them on Saturday.
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Local blogger Marc Beauchamp pointed this one out. It’s a beauty. Located on ironically named Poverty Hollow Road, no less. And if that name rings no bells for you locals, it’s because this home is in Redding Connecticut.
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"The idea of community, the idea of coming together. We're still not good at that in this country. We talk about it a lot. In moments of crisis we're magnificent at it — the Depression; Franklin Roosevelt lifting himself from his wheelchair to lift this nation from its knees. At those moments we understand community, help
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Here's the real estate listing and photos. A bit over ten million bucks. Oh, yeah -- that's Redding, Connecticut....
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Take on the new Scorsese-DiCaprio film by a securities regulator I once worked with: "If we're going to glorify the Wolf of Wall Street maybe cockroaches of Wall Street would be better," says (Joe) Borg. "I think by glorifying this...
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Shasta County's holiday anti-DUI campaign has seen less than half the impaired driving arrests so far in Redding than it did in the same period last year, officers said.
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Redding will continue to get beautiful weather, as today's high reaches 67. At night, things will cool off to about 40. Monday will bring a high of about 64.
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Sunny skies with a high temperature near 68 degrees is forecast for Redding today by forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento. Tonight’s low will be around 41 degrees. The forecast for Monday calls for mostly sunny skies and high near 66, while Tuesday should again see sunny skies with a high temperatur
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In 1913: S.A. McCandless sued the Western Gold Dredging Co. for $772.25 and attached the dredger belonging to the company and now in the Sacramento River between Middle Creek and Reid’s Ferry.
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Pedestrian killed
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Enterprise High football battles Chaminade in the CIF State Division II championship game Saturday at 4 p.m.
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Enterprise High boys basketball battles host Red Bluff in the consolation championship of the 24th annual Red Bluff Holiday Classic at 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Enterprise High football fell to Chaminade 41-9 in the CIF Division II State Championship.
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Regardless of whom they normally root for, the North State came together Saturday to watch the Enterprise High School Hornets’ title game.
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In reporting on sexual-assault cases, it's especially difficult to draw the line in the right place. We strive to be responsible -- and humble about our decisions.
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The North State's economy has badly lagged in this California rebound we hear so much about, but real job growth is finally accelerating.
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A rural movement to win independence from California has a prominent backer who'd like to take the breakup of the state much further.
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Citizens may rightly wonder why Shasta County Court employees would do something as serious as to strike against their employer. The answer is simple: Court employees have been victimized by the court management "power elite."
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Here are a few tips to help keep your kids healthy and safe this winter.
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From borrowing electronic books to free access to Ancestry.com to even practicing piano, the library offers a variety of services beyond books.
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Why talk taxes if they wouldn't pass? Now about that Knighton Road development ...
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It's not just Doug LaMalfa receiving farm subsidies from the government.
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Critics say that activists' litigation followed by government settlements shape the law in a way that bypasses the usual democratic challenges. Or are they just forcing the government to obey the law? Two legal experts debate.
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A surprise hug and bouquet made a sad trip the grocery store into a moment of beauty.
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Caretakers face health risks if they try to go it alone. Here are some tips and agencies that can help.
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Potluck lets Historical Society members share stories from the past while learning about how to capture the present with new technology.
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North State residents volunteer to star in and make a film about a boy who overcomes his injuries to lead a pow wow.
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Pay attention to people around you more, digital entertainment less, youths advise.
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After ditching useless tent and finding way to furnished home for short stay, Monty discovers he forgot one crucial thing.
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Maybe kids have learned the true meaning of Christmas after all.
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Turn down that loud music but turn up the TV. And don't even mention those new body aches and pains.
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Go a step beyond iTunes gift card and send people individual songs, books and movies in plenty of time for Christmas.
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As deadline to apply and get first payment submitted for plans purchased on Covered California, here are some tips on making sure your application has gone through and where to send the first payment.
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Credit cards offer more consumer protection but small-businesses may prefer customers user debit cards.
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Trail is centrally located near Sundial Bridge and Turtle Bay.
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Firefighters are at a possible house fire in Keswick that may be the result of a meth lab this afternoon.
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Happened on this Blacksmith Demo this morning in Old Shasta. It really reminds you how important metal fabrication skills were to a community. Great work, smiths one and all!  
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Enterprise High School's Hornets will go head-to-head and toe-to-toe against Chaminade, the SoCal champion, at 4 p.m. today.
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Redding Police say officers found a girl, 3, during a raid of her mother's home in which a search yielded pot, a gun, heroin, hydrocodone and evidence of drug sales.
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Redding Police say a Shasta County Avoid the Five checkpoint nabbed one impaired driver who didn't have a valid license but did have an outstanding warrant Friday night.
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Redding Police say they nabbed two people Friday who drove away from their court hearings in which they had been ordered not to drive because of DUI arrests.
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Here’s a nicely updated west Redding home now owned by the government. We like the modern looking kitchen, laminate flooring, and the HVAC unit. Not typically seen on a 1950 home. It’s on a .35 acre lot just a couple doors down from the neighborhood store on East and North Bonneyview. Representing
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No, not Brylcreem (see classic TV spot below) but marijuana concentrate, a favorite of local Internet celeb stoner Soundrone. Here's a Daily Beast article on the potent and potentially deadly stuff (that's blowing up kitchens and garages in Redding and...
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A "serious situation" indeed. From Accuweather.com: "It will remain dry through February and probably early March in California," AccuWeather.com Lead Long-Range Forecaster Paul Pastelok said. "It's possible that a system or two could reach the state, but not enough to...
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For some reason it seems particularly appropriate to me to be talking about seed saving and cultivating community as an idea as well as an entity on the weekend of the Winter Solstice. The winter solstice marks the return of light, the lengthening of days, the point in our annual journey where we being to [...]
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Sunny skies with a high temperature near 65 degrees are in Redding’s weather forecast for today. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say Redding’s winds today will be about 8 mph. Tonight’s low should be around 44. Sunday’s forecast calls for sunny skies with a high near 67 degrees, while
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In 1913: The Mountain Copper Co. planned to erect a concentrating plant on Flat Creek near Keswick with a daily capacity of 1,250 tons. There were plans to possible enlarge it later to a daily capacity of 5,000 tons.
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Preview of Enterprise High football's CIF State Division II championship game vs. Chaminade Saturday.
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Host Red Bluff High girls basketball battles Shasta in the semifinals of the 24th annual Red Bluff Holiday Classic.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The valley will get plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures for the next few days. Today's high will be 64, while the low will be 42. Sunday will warm up to about 65, with winds reaching 10 mph. Monday's high will be 64.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Redding Police say they raided a man's home at 2918 Robert Court in Redding for the second time in five months today.
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The small-town school is playing against the elite of Southern California.
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Riding along on a recent night with the Redding police, I had my first face-to-face encounter with Redding's new drug scourge: heroin.
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Q. Can you help us choose some suitable fruit varieties not available in the supermarket? Good flavor is our major goal.
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Wrap pipes and keep water running through them to keep them from bursting in extremely cold weather.
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Bob Wallenberg of Redding shares images of his family's festive decorations. The home is dotted with lighted trees, winter villages casting warm glows from table tops. The Wallenbergs even made up a colorful gingerbread home bearing colorful candies with a gingerbread man enjoying his gumdrop garden and gingerbread Christma
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Enterprise High football coach Darren Trueblood's neighbors have some direct ties with his biggest opponent: Chaminade.
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T.J. Holmes' column breaks down what it'll take for Enterprise High football to shock California and win its CIF State championship game Saturday.
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Shasta County's unemployment rate inched up to 9.8 percent in November from a revised 9.6 percent in October, the state reported today.
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A Salvation Army bell ringer thwarted a Redding man trying to steal a bit of Christmas from the charity today.
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The contract battle between DISH Network and Bonten Media Group, which owns KRCR Channel 7, has intensified with both sides waging marketing campaigns to win over viewers.
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It was a packed house today as more than 1,000 people stopped by to feast at the Good News Rescue Mission's 17th annual Christmas Banquet in south Redding.
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Pound lipstick stains from napkins and get those moisture rings addressed quickly.
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Shut out for two weeks by Mother Nature, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park has been furiously making snow and will open Thursday -- the day after -- on a limited operational basis.
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Why is the Tea Party flag waving at our congressman's office? And why won't he answer?
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More houses promote tacky sprawl but not prosperity.
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Dear burglar, can you return those heirlooms that are meaningless to anyone but me?
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There will be two more Christmas bird counts in the North State in the coming week.
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Black soot and barren tree trunks still dot the landscape in southwestern Shasta County in the wake of September’s Clover Fire, but for local residents Rich Cochran and girlfriend Cindy Gould the area finally is starting to feel like home again.
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A friend in Mt. Shasta just had to pay a very expensive bill to a mechanic to replace a wire harness munched by rodents. Didn't believe him at first but here's a link to a recent article online. It contains...
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At his blog, here, Realtor and photographer Skip Murphy has a pic of Eaton's house/museum in progress all decked out for the holidays. Place hasn't looked this good since about 1970. My favorite pic:...
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Glad you asked, check out the view from these Forest Service fire cameras. Terrifying, really....
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Legalizing marijuana will mean more of it's smoked -- and that has real consequences.
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One person suffered minor injuries after a pickup and a motorcycle have collided on Interstate 5 this evening in Anderson.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies this afternoon chased two vehicles just south of downtown Redding.
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A man was burned in a kitchen fire in his mobile home on North Market Street just before noon today.
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The Mt. Shasta Ski Park will open Thursday -- the day after Christmas -- on a limited base, the resort announced today on its website.
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Earlier this month, the UCLA Anderson economic forecast diagnosed what it called a widening gap between the economies of wealthy coastal areas and poorer inland regions -- a phenomenon we in the North State know all too well. Funny thing,...
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The late Judge Richard Eaton’s home is being turned into a local museum. It’s really looking good these days, and now decked out for the holidays. Click to slightly enlarge.
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Shasta County’s unemployment rate inched up to 9.8 percent in November from a revised 9.6 percent in October, the state reported today.
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If our meth problem wasn't bad enough, your correspondent goes on another Friday night ride-along with Redding's finest and comes face to face with our fair city's growing heroin addiction. Read about it Saturday (column online after 6 p.m. tonight)....
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My fellow North State residents who think breaking off from California would unleash new prosperity on our region by unshackling us from the burdens of heavy-handed liberal government frequently point to surveys such as the annual look by Chief Executive...
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    It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas: The Christmas Fair on the College Farm By Elizabeth Henry       Two Friday’s ago, it snowed in Redding—and it snowed a lot. It was a Christmas miracle! And it cou
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Expect breezy and dry conditions today in the North State.
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It was just another normal night in Alaska. Yes, just as I promised last year, it's another true tale of winter survival against incredible odds, from back in the day. It's the story of The Miraculous Rescue of Whiskey Ted. It was my first winter in Petersburg, Alaska. And by that, I mean it was [...]
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Shasta County’s task force against drunken driving will set up a sobriety and driver license checkpoint this evening somewhere in Anderson.
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The state of Jefferson might well have found its sugar daddy -- Bay Area venture capitalist Timothy Draper. The technology website Techcrunch reports Draper has drafted and is getting to file with the state an initiative that would split California...
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An 18-year-old Shingletown man seen driving a stolen car was arrested by Anderson police officers after they say he tried to outrun law enforcement.
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Although the jobless rate is at its lowest level in five years and the stock market has surpassed its pre-recession high, the economic gains have not reached many poor urban residents, and 2014 could be even worse, a new survey said Wednesday.
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This Board meeting included two actions related to health care that signal encouraging changes for Shasta County residents. The Board conducted a “Beilenson hearing”, or public hearing. State law requires that before a county can reduce or eliminate or change medical or health care services to the public, it must
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In 1913: French Gulch celebrated the opening of the new Last I.O.O.F. Hall with a gala. The hall featured a social hall, a stage and dance rooms.
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Host Red Bluff High boys basketball battles South Medford of Oregon in the first round of the 24th annual Red Bluff Holiday Classic at 7 p.m.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Feature on the Enterprise High football special teams, an underrated unit that could make a difference in the upcoming state championship game vs. Chaminade.
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Emergency crews have been dispatched tonight to Churn Creek Road and Hartmeyer Lane for reports a vehicle in a creek with a woman trapped inside.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Liberty Institute, which has supported Reverge Anselmo and his "chapel-gate" suit against Shasta County, today sided with "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson, suspended from the hit cable TV show for remarks he made to CQ about sin and homosexuality....
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RENO, Nev. (AP) — A suspect in a deadly hospital shooting in Reno left a suicide note at his home and claimed he had botched surgery three years ago before killing a doctor and himself this week, police said Thursday.
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A homeless man shot by a Redding police officer Wednesday was identified today as Joseph Anthony Galbraith.
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A business fined because of the destruction caused by vagrants on its property is partly a victim -- but also needs to fully cooperate with the city's efforts to clean up.
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The story of the year is a nation waking up to just how radical Obamacare is — which is why it required such outright deception to get it passed in the first place.
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At a time when Europe is crumbling under the weight of socialism, President Obama has chosen this time in history to send us down that same path. I still give thanks to God for living in America, despite our hopefully temporary state of unrest.
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Celebrate a "Celtic Christmas" and count birds this weekend as well.
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"Fun with Senior Fitness" instructors sought.
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A tree, gifts and Christmas dinner made day special for 56 patients.
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A few years from now, the Hornets could be doctors, electricians or chemists.
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Since December 2012, there have been seven officer-involved shootings in the north state including Wednesday night’s:
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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To a large degree, the shovel Kit Harvey carries around in the back of her Subaru Outback will have a lot to do with whether people will remember Patriot the eagle decades from now.
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Two men were found not guilty today of trying to kidnap a former Redding woman, but they are still facing other charges in connection with the March incident.
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Congress has passed a budget lasting into 2015 -- but still wants leverage through the debt limit.
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For a humanitarian stimulus, we should build housing and schools for migrants wanting to come to the United States -- not walls to keep them out.
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Three-year-old Braydon is like most boys -- he loves to play with trucks and cars and to build things with Lincoln Logs.
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Kenneth Schjoth, whose son was killed last year while walking on Victor Avenue, is frustrated Redding has moved slowly on trying to improve pedestrian safety on the road.
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Firefighters say they're battling a blaze in Centerville this evening.
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WEAVERVILLE -- The Trinity County Sheriff's Office is asking for help from the public in identifying a man who used a stolen debit card in November.
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Shasta County had already decided to launch a Behavioral Health Court next month to steer mentally ill defendants toward treatment and away from jail. Now Sen. Darrell Steinberg, the Senate's Democratic leader, wants to steer substantial state money toward paying...
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Every year around Christmas, the board of directors of the Shasta Association of REALTORS meets over lunch to end their year. This year we met at the always great Market Street Steakhouse.
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A vegetation fire that broke out this afternoon threatened a structure on Eastside Road in south Redding.
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Two men accused of trying to abduct a former Redding woman in March were found not guilty of attempted kidnapping today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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The fire was reported near the intersections of Churn Creek and Smith roads around 12:40 p.m.
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Enterprise High sends off the Hornets football team to compete for the state title against Chaminade High School in Carson on Saturday.
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List of support groups in the North State.
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As the Enterprise Hornets look to bring glory to the North State, show your love. We can all go back to rooting for our regular favorites next week, right?
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Karin writes our family’s annual Christmas letters because I don’t know how. God knows I’ve tried, but my efforts are unfit for public consumption. Early in our marriage, she took on this job. You’d think I’d do it—I was writing professionally at the time. But the problem was, I couldn’t break out of my crime-
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Target says that about 40 million credit and debit card accounts may have been affected by a data breach that occurred just as the holiday shopping season shifted into high gear.
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Looking for a clean and livable inexpensive home? This could be yours. It’s not far out of town, on your way to Lake Shasta. Representing the interests of the bank/seller is foreclosure listing agent Lynda Martz of The Real Estate Group. She writes: “Clean home on l
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Check them out at Sweetie's Cafe on South Market Street. Server Jane Seal is the general contractor. Click on image to see details (stacked firewood, doormat, wreathes, snowmen, etc.)...
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A single driver was arrested Wednesday night during a sobriety checkpoint near Redding City Hall.
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A man listed on Shasta's Most Wanted last Sunday turned himself in at Shasta County Jail, authorities said today.
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American Indian tribes have 460 gaming facilities in 28 states, but none offers online gambling — at least not yet.
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Yun Chung, a retired engineer and metallurgist, read the official report explaining why massive, high-strength steel rods on the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge broke last March and was stunned — then alarmed.
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It will be windy today with gusts near 40 miles per hour, according to the National Weather Service.
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Christy Dell is a mom, author and artist. Her family of six takes up most of her time, but she loves to create and will always make time. Dell has written two children’s books, “The Three Pirate Brothers and the Hidden Treasure” and the “Three Pirate Brothers and the Lost Princess,” inspired by her three boys and
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Tomaseen Foley has been drawing on his Irish roots to share some Christmas cheer for 17 years, yet it remains a labor of love.
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First came the bread. Then came a café. Then a drive-thru corner store. Then another café.
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Sweetie’s Cafe, the breakfast and lunch spot on South Market Street in Redding, is now serving dinners Monday through Friday — imaginative and reasonably priced comfort food like the hearty $11.99 Brandy Creek mushroom chicken dinner, prepared by owner-chefs Roque and Tiferet Carbajal, graduates of a culinary school in
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In 1913: The steamer Weitlech, the first vessel to reach Red Bluff for several months, arrived at Red Bluff from San Francisco with 7 tons of general merchandise for various Red Bluff merchants. The trip from the bay took about 10 days.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Host Red Bluff girls basketball faces CV in the opening round of the 24th annual Red Bluff Holiday Classic.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Looking southwest from the deck in Sunset Terrace (good name for it):...
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A Redding Police officer shot a man in the upper chest on Wednesday after he allegedly told the officer he had a knife and began moving toward the officer, the Shasta County Sheriff's Office said.
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From the day it started, arson was rumored in the Clover Fire -- and it's a tragic example of just how destructive that crime can be.
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Whoever said "It's the thought that counts" never got a bathroom scale for Christmas.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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I am proud of our DA's office for continuing to pursue this case to closure. The women of Redding so need it; we are one of the most violent cities per capita, for women in America.
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Errors that lead to wrongful convictions are sequential. As they stack up, they develop a momentum that is very difficult to stop.
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Turtle Bay Exploration Park has lost one of its star attractions.
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A Redding panel today upheld code enforcement penalties imposed on the Hilltop Drive 99-cent Only Store, saying the ruling would get store managers and corporate executives’ attention to clean up the festering mess around the store.
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Shasta School of Cosmetology gave free haircuts and presents to low-income children today.
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A former wildland firefighter accused of igniting the Clover Fire in September entered a plea of not guilty during his first appearance today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A Shasta County Superior Court jury began deliberations this afternoon in the trial of two men accused of trying to kidnap a 27-year-old Redding woman while she was walking back home on Hilltop Drive.
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In a few years, a safari could be just a short drive west of Red Bluff for north state residents.
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The Red Bluff Fire Department is searching for a light colored pickup that firefighters believe is connected to an arson.
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Notice the year in the ad is 1854. This was still during the Gold Rush years and chickens were a real rarity. I'm sure every man and woman in this county would have loved to have a chicken on their...
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A former wildland firefighter accused of igniting the Clover Fire in September entered a plea of not guilty during his first appearance in Shasta County Superior Court this afternoon.
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A transient wanted in connection to a June burglary at a Redding optometrist’s office was arrested today by the Redding Police Department.
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Effective ways of Studying   It’s winding down to the end of the semester and last minute studying will be spreading like wild fire. Instead of doing the same routine and coming up short, here are some tips your fellow peers use when they study:   “I like to go
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A former wildland firefighter, accused of starting the two blazes that grew into the fatal Clover Fire in September, worked for the U.S. Forest Service more than seven years.
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An abandoned home in Millville has caught fire, and fire crews were headed to the scene.
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Some of you may remember back in September when I was under mandatory evacuation for a very fast-spreading wildfire that eventually burned over 8000 acres, killed one man and destroyed 60 homes. Yesterday they arrested the arsonist who was - qu
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"The Dark Side of the Moon," that is. Pink Floyd's enduringly popular masterpiece turned 40 this year. Forty bits of trivia from Yahoo! Music: here. Including this: Session vocalist Clare Torry did demand--and receive--royalties and co-writing credit for "The Great...
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He sure gets around the world spreading the word -- Toronto, Taipei, Perth, Lyon, Zurich, Takapuna. A preliminary 2014 itinerary from the Bethel web site....
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Authorities will set up a sobriety and driver license checkpoint today somewhere in Redding.
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That's what some advisers are hoping, as the LA Times reports. Be good for Hillary to face some competition....
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On the surface of it, this bank owned home on 5.94 acres offers a lot of home for the money. It once listed for $380K, but we recall it most recently as a failed short sale for $129K. Why the dispa
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A Redding man featured on Shasta’s Most Wanted was arrested Monday in Butte County, authorities said today.
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A Cottonwood man sentenced earlier this month to 25 years to life in prison for murdering his wife last year has been transported from Shasta County Jail to a prison.
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With holiday shopping is in full swing, if you still aren’t sure what to get for those special folks on your list, why not do something different this year? GoodShop.com, an online shopping mall, lets you do something good every time you shop online at major retailers and boutique stores. Brother and sister entrepreneurs
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Until recently, Florida black bears were mostly a source of awe and amusement to their suburban neighbors.
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In October 2012, some 40,000 students from around the world enrolled in professor Al Filreis’ online course about modern and contemporary American poetry.
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A cooling trend continues today, with a slight chance of rain tonight, according to the National Weather Service.
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It's understandable if some people are frozen with holiday anxiety. After all, it's one week until Christmas, and we need all the help we can get. Unlike Thanksgiving, Christmas comes with all kinds of extra responsibilities and pressures, like shopping, mailing, holiday cards and parties - whether you're giving or going. I
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1913: Harold J. McCurry, expert employed by the Sacramento Valley Expositions Commission, will arrive this morning to photograph olive orchards, local industries and the smelters. The views will be shown all over the world and to thousands daily at the exposition.
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Enterprise High boys basketball traveled to Chico to play Pleasant Valley in a nonleague game Tuesday.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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DES MOINES, Iowa — The two winning Mega Millions tickets were sold in California and Georgia, lottery officials said Wednesday.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Breaking down Chaminade, the SoCal Division II champion and Enterprise High football's opponent in the CIF State title game.
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The plans to open a mental health court in Shasta County offer the promise of better solutions than simply locking up criminals who need treatment.
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In picking fights with conservatives, Speaker John Boehner is laying the groundwork for his legacy -- immigration reform.
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Why shouldn't Sierra Pacific offset the pollution from its expanded biomass energy plant?
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We're seeing just how quickly a law can move from gun registration to gun confiscation.
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Shasta County board of education members voted for a 5 percent hike in their monthly stipend. The additional $9.72 brings the stipend to $204.20.
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Turbo'z Deli in downtown Redding is not just another new sandwich shop.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Organizers are expecting a record number of people to come out and enjoy a holiday feast at the 17th annual Christmas Banquet in south Redding this Friday.
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Nearly two weeks ago, a life-threatening illness sent one of Redding Police Department’s champion crime fighters to emergency surgery.
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Caltrans raised money and bought presents for an employee's ailing grandson this holiday season.
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Seven months after purchasing struggling PremierWest Bank, AmericanWest has downsized its presence in the North State.
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Was Nelson Mandela a terrorist? Look what he was up against.
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What is wrong with people? Thieves have ripped off my son's decorations twice this year.
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Preview of the boys and girls Red Bluff Holiday Classic basketball tourneys, running Wednesday through Saturday.
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A lone gunman shot and injured four people before killing himself at a sprawling medical campus in Reno.
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A Happy Valley man was arrested today in connection to the Clover Fire, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection reported this afternoon.
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The number of new applications for jobless benefits in Shasta County in November plunged, the state reported Tuesday.
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Snapped this barn while stuck in traffic today, believe it or not. Click to slightly enlarge.Well, traffic control actually. There isn’t much traffic out here. They are widening the road, it would appear. Traffic control is the pause
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How does a trusted bank teller know  the counterfeit from the real thing? How does a good doctor know  the sound of a failing or problematic
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Today’s preliminary hearing in Shasta County Superior Court for a 52-year-old Igo man charged with murdering his son was put off this morning until Jan. 21 because his deputy public defender is in trial.
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Outdoors Recreation Groups ARCHERY Ishi Archery Club, Red Bluff: Hosts shoots at its range. Youth instruction available. Membership $30 per person, $35 per family. Information: www.ishiarcheryclub.org Straight Arrow Bowhunters, Redding: Hosts events and shoots at its range. Annual membership is $60. Information: www.straigh
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Redding police dog Carr will be out of commission as he recovers from emergency surgery for bloat and a twist of the stomach.
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That’s my take from November’s home sales results. The Sold to List Ratio continues to decline. Thus, if you listed your Shasta area home in November for $100,000, chances are you’d settle for around $93,000. That’s something of a new trend. The Sold to List Ratio had been hovering at around 97% for some time.
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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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We love Burney. Here’s an unusual foreclosure home on 1.6 acres. “Log home with 3 bedrooms 1.5 baths. large deck, 1378 Sq ft. # horse barn, vinyl fencing,1.6 Acres.” So writes the foreclosure listing agent representing the seller, Jill Barnett
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WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan budget bill that would ease some but not all of painful budget cuts that would otherwise slam the Pentagon and domestic agencies has passed a pivotal test in the Senate.
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FERNDALE, Calif. (AP) — A magnitude-4.2 undersea earthquake has jiggled communities along California's far north coast.
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Winter has come early here in Northern California and we are starting to think about cold weather. (Stop snickering, my east coast and Canadian  friends ~ it's cold to us!) As my regular readers know by now, I love to get ideas from the fashion runway shows on www.style.com. Even though they’ve just finished pos
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Sunny skies are expected to return today, but the high temperature will be a little cooler than Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
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The Northern Section Prep Basketball Media Poll is released.
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In 1913: F. Dobrowsky of Dobrowsky’s jewelry store said Christmas shoppers were laying away more presents this year than ever in the history of the store. Dobrowsky said the store will do more than 20 percent more business this holiday than in the past season.
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I like Christmas. I really do. I like the decorations, the music, Christmas cards, etc etc etc. But I am not feeling it this year. I have a beautiful Christmas tree. I put the lights up on my front porch. I sent out the Christmas cards and have gotten lovely ones in return. I'm playing the Christmas music (alwa
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Liberty Christian’s boys basketball team still has work to do.
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Shasta County sheriff’s officials arrested a man today after a vehicle chase that started in Shasta Lake, stopped in Redding, started up again east of town and then ended in Bella Vista.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa talked about the Affordable Care Act in Redding Monday night, answering questions and voicing his own concerns over the controversial healthcare law.
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A practical plan to prevent fall-run salmon eggs from being stuck on dry gravel bars when the river drops hit a barrier -- a different run of salmon, strictly protected by the Endangered Species Act.
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Californians deserve to know who's funding the high-dollar ads that flood the airwaves, and a bill that's stalled in the Legislature could ensure they do.
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Who cares what other Californians think about Jefferson? We're sick of living under liberal rule.
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Obamacare is contrary to free market principles, which is why costs, doctor availability and insurance cancellations have become such thorny issues. Why not have employers redirect the funds spent on medical insurance to a policy employees choose?
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A new state building law aimed at water conservation could affect the home remodeling business next year.
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A Redding man suffered second- and third-degree burns in a duplex fire today and was listed in critical condition at a local hospital.
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Sports teams aren't the only talented youths making news in Redding.
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The relevant question: Would Californians favor splitting into smaller and more easily managed states?
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Shasta County Superior Court is taking a lesson from its successful drug court program.
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At its last meeting of the year on Tuesday, Shasta County supervisors will vote on budget items and to finalize more labor negotiations between employees and the county, among other items.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Child Abuse Prevention Coordinating Council of Shasta County was awarded a grant from Payless ShoeSource to buy 150 pairs of children's shoes are being given away..
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Little Guimera Rae, 5, is looking forward to Christmas. She might receive a few of her favorite things, such as Barbie dolls, Barbie accessories and nail polish.
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Customers are being warned of a telephone scam demanding immediate payment of Redding Electric Utility bills through a prepaid debit card, city officials said today.
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LAKE SHASTA - Firefighters have contained a vegetation fire that broke out today off Digger Bay Road near Lake Shasta.
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California's thick with tourist attractions whose fame gives them a truly global draw -- from the San Diego Zoo to Yosemite to the redwoods. And Shasta County and the surrounding region certainly delivers in that vein. The North State has...
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Check here for live coverage of today's presentation from Rep. Doug LaMalfa on looming healthcare changes from the Affordable Care Act.
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Law enforcement officers are in pursuit this afternoon of a motorist driving on Old Oregon Trial in northern Redding.
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Leslie Ellingson, a history teacher at Shasta High School in Redding and graduate of Simpson University, was honored Dec. 6 for achieving National Board for Professional Teaching Standards certification.
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Prof. Tom Meyer who has lived and studied in Jerusalem for four years is teaching a class on the Minor Prophets starting January 16. Meyer will teach verse by verse through these ancient books with an emphasis on the archaeology, culture, theology and geography of the Bible. More info. is available at 1-800-800-4SBC or www.
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Tom Meyer of Wordsower who has memorized more than 10 complete books of the Bible is offering a course at Shasta Bible College on how to memorize in the Spring semester starting January 12, 2014. Meyer who learned to memorize while living in the Holy Land, will offer students both old and young alike numerous tools to memor
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Prof. Tom Meyer who was educated in Jerusalem and explored Jordan and Egypt is teaching a survey class of the New Testament starting this January at Shasta Bible College. Meyer teaching along with Dan Iles will survey the book of Romans through the book of Revelation. The course will give students a beginning knowledge on t
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Gum disease could be a silent killer. People with the disease rarely experience pain and may not be aware of the problem. Healthy habits and good oral hygiene are critical in preventing gum disease. A periodontal examination by a general dentist twice a year should reveal any incipient or progressive problems. A full mouth
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Benji Thompson, a 13-year-old drummer, delivered a perfect performance at the Kids Unlimited Talent Showcase at the Mt. Shasta Mall, Friday night! It was a great show that included singers, dancers, guitar players, and drummers.
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Dick and Fran Wilkinson of Redding really go to town on the Christmas decorations. This short video, by Robert Exter, should put you in the holiday spirit....
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Shasta College football players Nate Stephens, Andrew Valli, Erik Scribner and Jesse Robbins were named all-region at the state meetings Friday.
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Q. If you could only offer one prayer, for what would that prayer be? Dear Lord, please make me the kind of man my dog thinks I am. James Wilson PrayNorthState, Redding This is my prayer for each of us to pray: There is an infinite love and wisdom I know to be God. This infinite energy moves through and surrounds me in all
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The California Highway Patrol says it arrested last week a man who illuminated a spotlight while a CHP airplane assisted an agency’s call in the area of Hartnell Avenue and Churn Creek Road in Redding.
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A federal judge says the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records violates the Constitution's ban on unreasonable searches. The judge put his decision on hold pending a nearly certain government appeal.
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From the following AP story: "I suspect there are a lot of consumers who assume that by using an anti-bacterial soap product they are protecting themselves from illness, protecting their families," said Sandra Kweder, deputy director in the FDA's drug...
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85 years surely makes us one of the longest running professional organizations in the area. We came together for a Christmas party and to install new officers and the new Board of Directors. This is the first time in 3 years I have not been on the board, so I got to watch from the table. I sat with Chris Kutzk
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Making this chicken tagine dish, with preserved lemons and olives, was as easy as pie -- well, actually easier than pie since pie, especially the crust, is outside my culinary skill set. (Tagine and Moroccan food cookbook from World...
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A man killed Saturday in a car crash on Bechelli Lane, north of East Cypress Avenue, has been identified as Ronald Downing, according to the Shasta County Coroner's Office.
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For the past 30 years, Bob and Chic Miller have operated their Bella Vista Farms with the single goal of providing a loving, lifelong home to neglected, abused, abandoned, injured and forgotten animals. Theirs has been a not-for-profit operation in almost every sense of the word. They frequently go without to ensure their m
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His reaction to the weather story in yesterday's paper: "The commenter makes some good points. Calendar years contain parts of two water years, and it's conceivable you could get an exceptionally dry winter and spring followed by a dry fall,...
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Here’s a 2007 built 2156 sqft 3/2 on 5 acres with a lovely view of the valley below. We can help you buy this home. We’ve worked with the seller before. Representing their interests to the MLS is foreclosure listing broker Angela Mallory of Zion Real Estate. She writes:
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And a powerful one, too. On Powermag.com, the city (REU) is looking for someone to supervise maintenance of its power plant. Salary up to 120K. You've got until Jan. 3 to apply. Details here. In the early Nineties, in Hawaii,...
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This foreclosed home has had a brokerage sign on it for over a month without it being listed in the MLS. No “Coming Soon” sign either. Despite that being a clear violation of local rules, at some point you will be able to buy it. So at the risk of repetition (again), we feture it today. We can show it to you now:
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A 55-year-old man, who suffered second- and third-degree burns in a duplex fire today, was listed in critical condition at a local hospital.
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This Board meeting included two actions related to health care that signal encouraging changes for Shasta County residents. The Board conducted a “Beilenson hearing”, or public hearing. State law requires that before a county can reduce or eliminate or change medical or health care services to the public, it must
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Visit the Annual Holiday Fine Art & Gift Show at Old City Hall! See fantastic arts and craft items created by artists from all over Shasta County and beyond! This year, make your Holiday gifts truly unique and support local talents! All items are hand-made! Choose from a wide variety of media - pottery, glass, [...]
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Maternity care providers nationwide are on high alert for life-threatening vitamin K deficiencies in newborns, at the same time they are seeing more parents refusing a routine preventive injection.
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It's going to be another unseasonably warm day in Redding. Forecasters predict a high of 71 degrees under sunny skies today for the city. At night, expect a drop to about 41 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday should be in the 60s, while Thursday is expected to cool significantly to about 52 degrees.
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With a couple weeks of shopping left before Christmas Eve you may be worried about finding time to complete your shopping list. Or if you’re like me, you have barely started to do any shopping at all. As a huge fan of staying at home and shopping in my boxers, I tend to procrastinate as [...]
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1913: Siskiyou County purchased today from George Schorb, of Scott Bar, a nugget of nearly solid gold for $550. The piece is very handsome and resembles a human foot. The county felt that it should be in its collection.
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Fire burns up Bella Vista home
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Enterprise High succeeded by beating Manteca 27-21 to win a Northern California championship, earning a spot in the state title game against Chaminade of West Hills set for Saturday in Carson. But the Hornets weren’t only playing for east Redding, rather, an entire region that stretches from Sutter to the Oregon border.
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Rewriting ordinances might help a bit, but county leaders who acknowledge the real problem is a lack of law-enforcement resources need to start devoting their energy to solving that problem, or they're just making a promise they can't keep.
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This is the slightly twisted time of year when we look back with fondness, horror, disbelief and no little amount of wincing to review what came out of the mouths of our politicians since January.
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What has our elected congressional representative from this district done to address the issue of rural poverty?
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The program to "bail out the rich guys" in fact made a profit for the taxpayers, while preventing the complete collapse of the financial system. Don't forget to thank President Bush.
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Enterprise High football beats Manteca 27-21 for the Northern California Division II championship.
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My Older Brothers, Tim and Kevin, are Master:  Scuba Divers, Parachutist's, Road and Mountain Bikers, Marksmen, Archers, Triathletes, etc....  They have helped set an example for us and the
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A house was destroyed by fire on Oak Knolls Road in Bella Vista this morning.
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Firefighters put out a fire this morning in a recreation vehicle across from Redding City Hall.
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Redding is in for another warm day Sunday with a high of about 68 degrees. Expect patchy morning frost before 11 a.m. Sunday night will cool to about 38 degrees. Monday will again be warm, with an expected high of about 71. Tuesday and Wednesday should be the in 60s while Thursday cools into the 50s during the day. Thursday
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Sean surprised his sister, Mackenzie, at her post-performance (Dance) party! The staff at Red Robin were wonder
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Foothill High girls basketball battles Enterprise in hosting the 40th annual Harlan Carter Invitational championship game in Palo Cedro.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Enterprise High football beats Manteca 27-21 for the Northern California Division II championship.
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Last week in Texas, yes Texas, a judge gave a teenage killer probation because he's too rich and spoiled to know any better. His defense attorney called it "affluenza."
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For the first time at least since the 1970s, maybe ever, the state estimates Shasta County's population actually shrank last year -- as more people moved away than moved here. Let's hope this doesn't become a trend.
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With his popularity at an all-time low, pandering to minimum wage earners may give our president, and his party, a short-term boost. But it's an illusion that increasing the minimum wage will lift the standard of living for the poor.
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Downtown Redding's made progress, but what it really needs is to get traffic moving through Market Street again. Here's how it can happen.
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Shift menu planning to enjoy seasonal food.
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In 1913: The Pit River electric power company obtained from the Shasta County board of supervisors a franchise granting the right to develop and distribute power in the Fall River and Burney valleys.
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Should President Obama have avoided a handshake with Raul Castro?
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In every reservoir in the state, water levels are dangerously low.
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Now that the Record Searchlight has drastically reduced the number of comics and puzzles it publishes every day, I have to wonder what it will do with all the money it is saving.
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Get Fuzzy's Bucky is a perfect stand-in for our Patrick Jones and friends and always brings a chuckle. Or did, anyway.
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Dec. 15 is a day all Americans should remember -- the day our Bill of Rights took effect.
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I am disgusted that your newspaper continually omits Rep. Doug LaMalfa's name from its articles.
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Shasta County Citizens Advocating Respect joins the international community in celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela and honoring him for his lifelong struggle and personal sacrifice to secure social justice.
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There have been some big claims about the power of bleach on certain skin conditions, and it turns out some of them are correct. Just don't overdo it on using the chemical.
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As snow piled up outside, fears of tree limbs crashing down onto new rain gutters inspires late-night hustle.
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As so many people throughout California know, all I want for Christmas is two, newly reformed states in place of our somewhat dysfunctional golden state.
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Making cards by hand, decorating cookies and caroling can bring back happy holiday memories.
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Don't try to bring a big jar or Aunt Jane's backberry jam aboard a plane this Christmas -- or a host of other items that may be confiscated at security.
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Barbara and Carl Stephens of Anderson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 7, 2013 with a family dinner at Lulu's Restaurant in Redding. The couple also plan an anniversary trip to Lake Tahoe in the spring. They were married on Dec. 7, 1963, at Hayfork Community Church in Hayfork. They lived in Hayfork, Redding
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Panel tells aunt that most kids hate writing thank-you letters and most don't do it. One even finds the practice odd.
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Don't know about you, but this place scares me to death. There's no chance I'll ever go near it. Just thought you'd all like to see what it looks like underneath the water....
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Shasta College football players Nate Stephens, Andrew Valli, Erik Scribner and Jesse Robbins were named all-region at the state meetings Friday.
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Bet the Chamber of Commerce is happy...not. The Associated Press picked up this RS story about the Redding man who allegedly stole a truck to make a stolen vehicle court date. It appeared in papers all over California and the...
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After 12 victories, including a River Bowl victory, and an outright Eastern Athletic League title and a match clinching the Northern Section Division I championship title, Enterprise High School is cruising to Stockton for one more win.
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Authorities have three people in custody after a vehicle chase Saturday through south Redding.
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A man died after crashing his car into a brick sign on Bechelli Lane north of East Cypress Avenue, police say.
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We get a lot of requests for homes in the Mary Lake neighborhood in west Redding. Here’s an interesting foreclosure home in this interesting neighborhood. The listing says it’s a 2000 sqft 4/2 built in 1986 on a .2 acre lot in a cul de sac. It has a pool and a hot tub, by the looks of things. It a
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Friday the 13th proved to be unlucky for one of Shasta's Most Wanted, Anderson Police said.
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 Those great looking "Kearns Girls" The only thing better than a "Kearns Girl
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Expect yet another day of sunny skies and mild temperatures. Saturday's high should reach about 65 degrees with a north-northeast wind of about 5 to 7 mph. At night, temperatures will drop to about 42, markedly warmer than the sub-freezing nights just days ago. Sunday and Monday will both push toward 70 degrees and highs wi
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Photo: The Mother Orange in Oroville, CA. Winter in the North State brings several seasonal luxuries, among them, citrus. There’s nothing quite like a prolonged and hard cold snap for a gardener’s true colors and true priorities to show. In the last week of severe (for us) cold on the Valley Floor, where temperatures in
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The ramp from northbound Interstate 5 to westbound Highway 44 in Redding will be closed for six hours today as crews repair and replace guardrails, according to the California Department of Transportation.
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Witnesses say about 100 people were playing bingo in San Jose, Calif., when a man who said he had a gun burst through the doors and stole the night's receipts.
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In 1913: W.A. McCandless, bartender in a saloon on Market Street, appeared before the city board of trustees by request and received sound advice on selling liquor to minors. The board took the matter under consideration and will decide what action, if any, will be taken.
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Host Foothill High battles Shasta in the semifinals of the 40th annual girls Harlan Carter Invitational Basketball Tournament in Palo Cedro.
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Preview of the CIF regional bowl game for the NorCal Division II championship football game between Enterprise and Manteca.
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Liberty Christian boys basketball battles Shasta for the third consecutive year in the Lehigh Classic Tournament at Central Valley.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Redding Police department is warning local businesses and their employees to keep watch over their break rooms after a string of thefts at big box stores near the intersection of Dana Drive and Churn Creek Road this week.
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Enterprise High School's Northern California bowl game is the kind of moment that should dissolve local rivalries and leaves all rooting for the Hornets.
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The long-popular Redding burger stands have endowed a family foundation that will give back to the North State.
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I have a friend who's 75 and has never signed up for Medicare D. It's been eight years, which means the late sign-up penalty will nearly double the cost of her insurance. Medicare Part D has effectively self-destructed.
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Fruit from Asia became popular around the world over the centuries.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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RED BLUFF — A Red Bluff man has been ordered to stand trial for murder in the June stabbing death of a Palo Cedro man with whom he served alongside in Afghanistan with the California Army National Guard,
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Thomas Lawrence provides a column breaking down Enterprise's season and a brief look at the NorCal championship game against Manteca.
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Doctor whips up an Indian feast at the Good News Rescue mission twice annually.
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For more than a decade Redding-resident Misty Barone and her husband have volunteered some of their time during the holiday season to ring bells and help raise money for those less fortunate even during this December’s cold snap.
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Since when do our government and president decide it is OK to provide permits to kill or injure our national bird to balance environment consequences?
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Proponents of a recall have filed paperwork targeting all but one of the five members of the Trinity County Board of Supervisors, the county clerk-recorder’s office confirms.
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Pat Kilborn decks out 11 trees for the holidays.
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Also find out what kinds of flowers to plant to reduce allergies.
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Rare plant only exists in a small area in the North State.
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Despite “irrefutable” proof Mark Gilbert Duenas of Cottonwood murdered his wife and watched her die, he continues to proclaim his innocence, a pre-sentencing probation report says.
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Wearing a cowboy hat and leather vest while riding in a rustic wagon with antlers mounted above him, Randy Boehmer and his fellow travelers are spreading his message of Jesus around Redding.
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Firefighters and California Highway Patrol officers rescued a woman and her baby from a crash in which a vehicle hit a tree near the Knighton Road offramp from northbound Interstate 5.
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A Redding Police Department effort against shoplifting, car break-ins and other crimes in the Mt. Shasta Mall area on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings resulted in 12 arrests.
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CENTENNIAL, Colo. - Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson said there has been a shooting at Arapahoe High School.
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Emergency personnel are reporting that two motorcyclists were injured today in a traffic accident with a van in the Churn Creek Bottom area of Redding.
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The connector ramp from northbound Interstate 5 to westbound Highway 44 will temporarily close Saturday for guardrail work, the California Department of Transportation reports.
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Knodel opened the first Pac-Out, at Churn Creek and Cypress, in 1962. He died in March of last year at the age of 95. But his presence will be felt for many generations to come because of a very...
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Sorry everyone, but I'm putting the contest on hold for awhile. Need a break. The contest will return, but right now I'm not sure when. Have a merry Christmas (hope Santa brings you something really nice) and a happy holiday...
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This mashup is genius. What if ordinary items were advertised using the lingo seen in Craigslist real estate ads? Seen on Huffpost: Really funny if you shop real estate on Craigslist much. Some of the ads jus
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“Reality changes because we change in our perceptions and experiences of it. To try and stop that flow is to deny our very life force, our humanity. It is to try to force limitless truth into a particular container of information and say that it is the whole of truth. This is manifestly a futile [...]
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Here’s an early look at results for November in the greater Redding area. Not much movement or trends to remark. Part of it is our usual seasonal cycle, of course. And we always point out that you will see different numbers posted elsewhere for Shasta County. Our posted info is from the MLS, and roughly cove
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A 25-year-old Gerber man was arrested Thursday night by Red Bluff Police on suspicion of being in possession of a loaded handgun, methamphetamine, marijuana, and evading a police officer.
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Here’s a nice sunset image I captured yesterday. The Lims Cafe sign characterizes the Miracle Mile. A beacon to travelers coming into town from the north. According to blogger Marc Beauchamp, Lims Cafe is celebrating 80 years her
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Looking for a gated, active adult community home? Here’s a 1990 built 1488 sqft 2/2. Shasta Hills Estates is a private 55 and over senior Gated Community. Very nearby to the major shopping areas, and convenient to Bethel Church. This community of single family homes consists of approximately 200 hom
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Repair work to Fenders Ferry Road and Squaw Creek Bridge has been completed and the area reopened. Madrone Campground also is open.
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A Shasta County checkpoint to look for divers under the influence will be dedicated to those who have survived or lost family members in DUI crashes.
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Expect another cold morning followed by a mild day. Friday’s high should be about 64 degrees with a north-northeast wind of up to 9 mph in the morning. The night will be warmer than previous nights, with a low of about 44. Saturday will again be sunny with a high near 67 and Sunday will push to 68. Expect highs in the 60s
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Thursday afternoon I drove down Cypress Avenue and observed, as I have many times,  the biggest seasonal sight in that part of town:  the inflated King-Kong-sized filthy Santa on Hartnell Avenue. There Big Dirty Santa stood, as he does each December, waving in a rather deflated way, as if he's sick and tired of th
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In 1913: J.P.W. Davis of Whiskeytown said he uncovered in his Honey Bee gold mine a 2-foot ledge that would mill more than $200 per ton.
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Host Foothill High girls basketball plays West Valley in the first round of the 40th annual Harlan Carter Invitational.
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T.J. Holmes' "Prep Notebook" column breaks down an incredible time for Enterprise High football and athletics in general.
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Host Central Valley High boys basketball battles U-Prep in the first found of the Lehigh Classic tourney.
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Liberty Christian boys basketball faces Lassen in the first round of the Lehigh Classic Tournament at Central Valley.
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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 County Sheriff's Deputies say a man was caught hiding from them by lying on the ground in Fall River Mills today.
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Additional restrictions may soon be in place for medical marijuana grows in Shasta County. The county’s planning commission on Thursday voted 3-2 to move forward with a recommendation to limit outdoor gardens and place new restrictions on the number of plants allowed based on property size, among other criteria.
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Crime in Redding has risen notable since the state's prison realignment, but creative thinking and marshaling community resources can restore a sense of law and order.
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Nearly five years into his presidency, Barack Obama has discovered that the government is big and unwieldy.
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Unchecked liberalism will bury our great country, just as it did the once-great city of Detroit.
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Want to be happy? A reader offers 10 easy ways to start.
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Out at Lake Shasta a group will gather this weekend under a dark winter sky to peer into a stellar nursery where up to a thousand stars are being born.
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Veterans buried at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery in Igo will be honored Saturday at the Wreaths Across America ceremony, where their graves will be decorated for the holiday.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Sled contraption either used to haul rocks or for training teams of horses, readers suggest.
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SWEAT Running Club seeks people to help witih event in January.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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After an auto accident left me stuck in the "fast" lane on Market Street, I was treated to an outpouring of care.
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Comedian also coming to town Sunday.
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A Redding-area insurance agent has been arrested on suspicion of selling bogus insurance policies.
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State transportation crews are installing cameras on the Dana To Downtown Trail to stop the vandalism that has plagued the popular foot corridor since its opening three years ago.
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For the past 20 years Gail Leonard and her family have watched the residential and commercial development march north up Churn Creek Road and north of Hilltop Drive in Redding.
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Shasta High and Enterprise High Schools elite choir groups put on holiday productions and also sing for the community to raise awareness of, and money for, their programs.
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Phyllis Tucker, Redding
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Redding is getting close to selling the McConnell Foundation a portion of land it leases to Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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Interesting mix of Democrats and Republicans alike who opposed today's House budget deal that will avoid new episodes of brinkmanship and possible government shutdowns through next year, according to this NY Times map. Our own Rep. Doug LaMalfa, I note,...
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A 56-year-old Bella Vista woman accused of shooting her husband last month was ordered today to stand trial on attempted murder and other charges.
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WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives on Thursday approved by a vote of 332-94 a modest bipartisan plan to spend more on both defense and domestic programs for the next two years, an agreement aimed at avoiding government shutdowns and easing automatic spending cuts.
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From City Manager Kurt Starman just now: This e-mail is a follow-up to your inquiry earlier today about The McConnell Foundation and its desire to purchase approximately 14.17 acres from the City of Redding in order to assist Turtle Bay...
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A state board has recommended $26.5 million to fund the expansion of two north state jails.
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Feature on the Enterprise High football program, and its historic march into a NorCal championship game.
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A power outage this afternoon is affecting 3,700 Pacific Gas and Electric company customers in Anderson, a spokesman said. PG&E spokesman Paul Moreno said a squirrel caused the power outage in south Anderson and west Cottonwood.
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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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Redding police say a 21-year-old man stole a truck Thursday morning so he could make it to his court date for stealing another vehicle.
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Through the tough years of the Great Recession, I've kept expecting to see, when the Department of Finance releases its annual report estimating California's and its various counties' population growth, that jobs were so scarce in Shasta County that more...
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The California Department of Insurance says a Redding-area agent has been arrested on suspicion of grant theft, insurance fraud and petty theft after he allegedly collected insurance premiums while issuing bogus insurance certificates.
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Doug Bennett's a nice guy, but he's not a lawyer. This quote from the story in yesterday's paper about the discussion of the county's proposed marijuana ordinance up in Round Mountain included quote from Mr. Bennett, local activist of long...
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That's what President Obama called his team early this year. So how do you explain stuff like this? Which is what makes another piece of information that emerged from the new report on Yarnell so troubling. That would be the...
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List of support groups in the North State.
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The FHA has announced they are lowering the loan limits for homes in Shasta County and other northstate areas. This quote about the FHA limit drop is from redding.com’s David Benda: “T
Here’s 2518 sqft 5/3 with orchard and garage/shop located on 5.8 acres, right on Cow Creek. The shop is seen above. All the images provided to the
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An improperly disposed cigarette is suspected to have caused a house fire this morning in east Redding.
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Joseph Ali says onlookers thought he was drunk when he dove into the nighttime waters around a Southern California pier. But he came away with a monster of a lobster and the catch of a lifetime.
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Leading earthquake expert Dr. Lucy Jones says southern California not prepared for the big one and that our reliance on the Internet, fiber optics and cell phones could dramatically increase disruption and slow recovery. A sobering article, here. Excerpt: "Two-thirds...
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Lim's Cafe is 80 this year. Congratulations, Pat, Jeannie and Bonnie. Your dad would be proud. A picture of Lim's iconic neon sign on North Market Street, a landmark since the late Fifties....
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Redding police say they arrested a man and woman on suspicion of car theft and drug charges after spotting them in a reported stolen car early today.
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Almost twenty years ago, two random events set me on the path to running marathons. The first was my son, then about four, patting me on the stomach and asking: “Daddy, are you going to have a baby?” The second was a suggestion from my office-mate, Richard Saunders that I take up running as a [...]
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Mostly sunny skies with a high temperature near 59 degrees are forecast for Redding today. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say tonight’s low should be around 38 degrees. Mostly sunny skies with a high near 58 are on tap for Friday, while Saturday should see mostly sunny skies with a high nea
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Authorities have recovered a huge haul of high-end swag that thieves snagged during a party at an empty mansion — including armor, shields and a stuffed snow leopard worth $250,000.
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If you find yourself near the Sierra foothills this weekend, you should consider attending the fourth annual Holidays in the Hills Toy Drive on the Placer County Wine Trail.
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Artist Becky Shaughnessy has always enjoyed hand crafting items for gift giving. She has dabbled in paper crafting, quilting and beading until five years ago. While on a family vacation, she met a female metal artist and something about the feminine quality of her work really spoke to Shaughnessy. After that inspiration, an
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Food and family are favorite topics for Jim Gaffigan, a stand-up comic who works so clean that his current string of performances is billed as the “White Bread Tour.” The tour stops in Redding on Sunday at the Civic Auditorium.
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Lim’s Cafe is celebrating its 80th year in Redding, making it the oldest restaurant in town — and even more remarkably, it’s been owned by the Lim family that whole time.
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In 1913: Postmaster Ludwig announced new changes in postal rates. New rates increased the pound limit but also decreased transportation charges.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Enterprise High's offensive line is the forgotten group of the Northern Section championship team. The Hornets are powerful and big, and face a big test in Manteca in the NorCal bowl game on Saturday.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Redding Police say a fingerprint pointed them to a burglar who stole a stereo, $4,000 worth of jewelry and a handgun earlier this month.
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From the Chronicle. Excerpt: After an unusually dry start to the rainy season, two California lawmakers are urging Gov. Jerry Brown to declare a drought emergency. Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Jim Costa, D-Fresno, sent a letter to the...
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How will new loan requirements and lending limits impact housing market?
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A respected polling firm took the State of Jefferson movement seriously enough to do a statewide survey on whether Californians think it's a good idea. Unfortunately for proponents, they don't.
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His lesson is how one person can summon the will and conviction to take on a brutal system, bring others onboard and keep seeking new approaches, even from a place of confinement, if one fails.
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We need to use the resource in our woods, not yet another tax, to pay for forest restoration.
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Get past the halo we've placed on him without his permission, and Nelson Mandela had more than a few flaws which deserve attention.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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California is 21st in the nation when it comes to overall health, according to a new study, but some of the key areas where the state outdid national averages were not strong points for Shasta County.
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Drought conditions are taking their toll on Chinook salmon in the Sacramento River this year, fisheries experts say.
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Amid the praise for Nelson Mandela, where's the reminder that the CIA helped find and arrest him?
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Preview of the 40th annual girls Harlan Carter Invitational Basketball Tournament, Thursday through Saturday at Foothill High in Palo Cedro.
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Preview of Central Valley High's boys basketball 20th annual Lehigh Tournament.
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Officials in Siskiyou and Modoc counties may want to secede from California, but the rest of the state has no desire to see them go.
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Shasta County's "Most Wanted" program is showing early signs of success.
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Anderson Chamber of Commerce officials have discontinued sponsorship of the popular fireworks display on July 3 known as Anderson Explodes!
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Redding’s pension squeeze has become clearer, and the city’s costs next fiscal year will be slightly larger than had been projected.
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Tehama County authorities say five people were arrested after they raided a Cottonwood home today.
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RED BLUFF - Police say they are looking for a man who was seen chasing a young girl Tuesday.
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Don't panic, but Christmas is exactly two weeks away. We're barely over Thanksgiving and Hanukkah, and now Christmas is nearly upon us. Even so, I do feel good about a few things, like I got my European packages in the mail, hopefully in time for Christmas, which included son Joe's request for a couple o
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Believe it or not, that's Richard B. Eaton as a young man opening one of the iron doors at Shasta for Mae Helene Bacon Boggs. They knew each other for years. She is the person most responsible for saving the...
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Retired Redding teachers Roger and Janel Longnecker share a vanilla milk shake at Lim's Cafe, where they've been once-a-week regulars for many years. Lim's is celebrating its 80th anniversary this year -- making it the oldest restaurant in Redding...
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Red Bluff police say they arrested a 32-year-old woman Tuesday afternoon after she drunkenly crashed into a lamp pole.
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From my erstwhile co-blogger Tim Hearden comes this entry in the devil-in-the-details file. A Pennsylvania congressman and the International Association of Fire Chiefs are worried that the Affordable Care Act's employer mandate -- deferred for a year but due to...
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Four more of Shasta's Most Wanted have been arrested, program officials announced today.
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Making the Facebook rounds this week. The photographer, Brian Rueb, spent years waiting for it....
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A 6-year-old boy has been suspended from school in Colorado for kissing a girl on the cheek.
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From the BBC, here: Uruguay has become the first country in the world to make it legal to grow, sell and consume marijuana. After nearly 12 hours of debate, senators gave the government-sponsored bill their historic final approval. The law...
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California ranks 21st of all U.S. states for overall health, according to a study released today.
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The California Highway Patrol reports that the 14-year-old victim of an abduction from Washington has been found in Mexico, but her abductor is still at large.
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Tehama County sheriff's deputies say a 30-year-old man voluntarily handed over some methamphetamine when they came to check on him after someone reported shots possibly being fired in his house.
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Well, what do you know? Field did a poll on the State of Jefferson movement. Proponents can be pleased they're getting attention. The results won't be cause for optimism. Just a quarter of those surveyed support the idea. The Field...
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E-mail from Cliff Larimer: Weather in recent days has been a conversation topic. Here in California, where weather wimps abound, I've heard nearly endless moans and groans as overnight lows have fallen into the middle 20s and afternoon highs have...
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Some of the most cringe-worthy phone calls I receive are those from desperate pet owners describing how their two dogs have, “started fighting out of the blue.” I cringe because 99.9% of the time, the call comes long after the first dog fight and now, the fights have escalated in both frequency and intensity. If [...]
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Members of Congress clearly like to talk. And talk. But when it comes to sitting on a plane next to a passenger jabbering on the phone through a long flight, a lot of lawmakers prefer silence, so much so they are contemplating legislation to stop in-flight calling.
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The last remnants of weekend snow will likely melt away today as forecasters expect a high just shy of 60 degrees. That’s only after a chilly morning with widespread frost expected. At night, temperatures will hover just above freezing at 34 degrees while Thursday will be about 54 degrees. Friday should be about 58, while
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In 1913: The question of leasing a site for the erection of a distillery gave the City Council an opportunity to establish a record in the matter of meetings. Three had been held that week in as many days and the fourth would be held that night.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Defending-section champion Anderson High girls basketball hosts rival West Valley at 7:30 p.m.
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More than 60 people turned out for a Round Mountain community forum Tuesday evening to discuss proposed changes to Shasta County’s medical marijuana grow laws that would ban outdoor grows on property less than
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By about a 2-1 margin, speakers at a public forum Tuesday night favored allowing Sierra Pacific Industries to expand its biomass power plant at its lumber mill.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A Wells Fargo Express freight depot that appeared destined for demolition was given a second reprieve today while Union Pacific Railroad, Redding and Shasta Historical Society representatives hammer out what to do with the dilapidated building.
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The all-league high school football and volleyball teams are announced.
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At 33,000 pages, the documentation explaining and analyzing the Bay Delta Conservation Plan rivals the complete Encyclopedia Britannica. Can anyone claim to understand what the state's doing?
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For the lazy, mall-averse shopper, the gift of books can be perfect.
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In the name of "cleanup," the city is simply oppressing the needy.
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Thanks to the county tax bill and the Cal Fire bill and higher co-pays, there's no money left for heat and gifts this Christmas.
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Last week we brought you five of the winners of the Record Searchlight Holiday Dessert Contest.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A 20-year-old Redding man has been ordered by a Shasta County Superior Court judge to stand trial on charges he raped three teenagers.
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A 27-year-old former Redding woman told a rapt Shasta County jury today she was “terrified” when two men tried to kidnap her while she was walking to her Hilltop Drive apartment after seeing her 7-year-old daughter off for school.
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Who at the Record Searchlight is the advocate of unbalanced sports coverage — especially when it comes to Enterprise High School?
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A Redding man wants people who adopt shelter dogs to take extra precautions to keep their other pets safe after a health scare with his new puppy, who turned out to be carrying a potentially deadly virus.
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Monday's release of the updated Bay Delta Conservation Plan isn't getting rave reviews from some local stakeholders.
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A new future for the troubled Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta was laid out for public review Monday in 34,000 sprawling pages of analysis associated with two giant water-diversion tunnels proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown. The question now for the public and policy makers: Is this the future they want?
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Both Mt. Shasta Ski Park and Mt. Ashland Ski Area could use more snow.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly North State Notes column.
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Several of our readers send in photos from tonight's colorful sunset.
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The California Highway Patrol has cancelled an Amber Alert after a teenage girl was found in Mexico
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Nobody in Redding, I think, needed a scholarly study to prove this, but the Public Policy Institute of California has rigorous evidence backing up your impression that, yes, your stuff is not as safe as it used to be. Property...
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Nelson Mandela knew, what we know… about the FAMILY LAW INDUSTRY Save & SHARE the Dates & LocationsWe are planning on coordina
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Authorities say a fatal crash has occurred on Highway 299 near Douglas City.
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Firefighters say a family of three was rescued after their vehicle plunged into the Klamath River Monday night.
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Firefighters say candles used for light sparked a blaze that burned down a mobile home early this morning in north Redding.
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So says UCLA drug-policy specialist Mark Kleiman, in this item reporting that for the first time in the venerable Field Poll's history, its survey found an outright majority of Californians support the legalization of marijuana. How should this sway what...
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A convicted arsonist was sentenced to 21 years in prison Monday for breaking into his estranged wife's Redding apartment and setting it on fire in July 2012.
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The Natural Resources Defense Council's Kate Poole writes responding to a blog post from last week where I wondered why the heck they thought we should balance the "inequity" of water rights. Here's the bit that set me off: This...
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The L.A. Times' Bettina Boxall's excellent report on the release of the Bay Delta Conservation Plan's draft environmental studies suggest that the idea of balancing the needs of fish (the theoretical goal of the plan) with more water exports from...
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Apparently California's former favorite wolf wandered over the border into Siskiyou County over the weekend, then drifted back north. From the Center for Biological Diversity: SAN FRANCISCO-- California's first confirmed wild wolf in nearly 90 years made a return trip...
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An Ariz. man says he has found out the hard way just how to get banned from Walmart for life.
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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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Looking for a private place to hang your hat, up in the hills east of Redding? Wait, what? What are all those hooks for? “Computer, enhance.” Oh, right. A place to hang your hat. Or… Try not to think about it too much. Representing the interests of the instituti
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Tehama County deputies say a convicted felon was arrested Sunday night after he fired a pellet rifle at his someone's trailer.
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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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National Weather Service forecasters say you should still expect frost this morning, but it'll be an otherwise sunny and slightly warmer day in Redding. The high will be about 48 degrees, with a low tonight of 36 degrees. Wednesday will also be a bit warmer, with a high in the mid-50s predicted.
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The Redding Planning Commission debates today the future of the former Wells Fargo freight depot in the downtown.
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In 1913: Stating that he acted to create excitement, J.C. Buckmaster, a tramp, confessed to placing large rocks on the Southern Pacific tracks near Big Springs in an attempt to wreck train No. 13, the Oregon express.
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The first Northern Section Prep Basketball Media Poll is released.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Local residents thinking financial advisors are only for people with lots of money to invest should think again. LifeHelp, a Redding-based insurance agency, recently announced the launch of a new division that will provide comprehensive financial planning services to low to middle income earners who want to take control of
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Although past studies have suggested a link between oral health and dementia, this is the first to pinpoint a specific gum disease bacteria in the brain.
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This Washington Examiner story reporting that "seven out of every 10 physicians in deep-blue California are rebelling against the state's Obamacare health insurance exchange and won't participate" been making the rounds the past day or two, and rightly so. Health...
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Anderson officials are still trying to sort out whether Councilwoman Melissa Hunt ran afoul of the state’s sunshine law by promoting on a one-on-one basis her proposal that the top vote-getter in city-wide council elections should be mayor.
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Anderson officials are still trying to sort out whether Councilwoman Melissa Hunt ran afoul of the state’s sunshine law by promoting on a one-on-one basis her proposal that the top vote-getter in city-wide council elections should be mayor.
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A Planning Commission continuation? If ever there were a candidate for the bottom story of the day, that’d be it.
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The state's new law to regulate fracking pleases neither side in the environmental debates -- which suggests it might strike a good balance.
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For education reformers, the promised "flexibility" of the state's new education funding formula could mean school districts ignore the poor students they're supposed to use new resources to help.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Temperatures are expected to warm up in the North State this week.
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Negotiations between DISH Network and Bonten Media Group broke down over the weekend, which meant many North State San Francisco 49ers fans missed Sunday’s game with division-rival Seattle.
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For people with special needs, an ideal place to live is the one thing they need the most. Individuals with mental illness and developmental disabilities such as cerebral palsy require a home that serves them well and assists them.
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Supervisors to consider water issues stemming from medical marijuana cultivation and finalizing labor negotiations with employee union.
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After deadlocking on a vote last month, commissioners revisit proposed changes to marijuana grow laws.
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Redding police arrested Monday morning one of those on Shasta County's Most Wanted list.
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For the city of San Bernardino, not so well. From the intrepid Calpensions: Following the city charter, a reluctant San Bernardino city council last week approved a police pay raise costing about $1 million, the second $1 million police salary...
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Negotiations between DISH Network and Bonten Media Group broke down over the weekend, which meant many North State San Francisco 49ers fans missed Sunday’s game with division-rival Seattle.
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Q. What if anything does your religion say about woman’s rights or equal treatment of women? It is reported that Prophet Muhammad said, “Paradise lies at the feet of the Mother.” In Al-Islam the woman has the same rights as her counter-part the male, the difference being only in their physical make-up. Here man was cr
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Technically, I think this 1937 photo from UC Davis' archives is of Market Street, not Main Street, but why complain about technicalities. Happy "Main Street Monday"!...
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Lots and lots of money and energy are devoted to trying to restore the Sacramento Valley's diminished runs of native fish -- many of which enjoy the protection of the Endangered Species Act. UC Davis' Peter Moyle, however, suggests the...
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Ex-San Diego Mayor Bob Filner was sentenced Monday to three years of formal probation and 90 days of home confinement for sexually harassing women, CNN reports.
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I’m no Scrooge, but the overly zealous selling of Christmas leaves me feeling bah-humbuggish!
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Schools under the Fall River Unified Joint School District are closed today because of cold weather that has frozen the schools' pipes, a school representative said.
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Residential income. This government owned foreclosure has been listed for 60 days as of today. “Duplex in area of SFR and other duplexes. Units are 2 bdrm and 1 bath each with 1 car attached garages. Fenced in small backyard for each unit. They are vacant so buyer can put in the
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Red Bluff police say a 24-year-old man was arrested Saturday night after hitting a woman he knows, stealing her truck, then chasing her with a makeshift spear when she came to confront him about the stolen vehicle.
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This Board meeting included two actions related to health care that signal encouraging changes for Shasta County residents. The Board conducted a “Beilenson hearing”, or public hearing. State law requires that before a county can reduce or eliminate or change medical or health care services to the public, it must
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National Weather Service forecasters predict widespread frost this morning in Redding, but the day will eventually warm up to a relatively mild 49 degrees. The low is expected to be 31 degrees. Tuesday should be slightly warmer at 52 degrees. A hard freeze warning is still in effect until Wednesday, meaning extreme cold wil
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MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's ultra-liberal capital city is a place where just about anything goes, from street parties to naked bike rides. But city officials say a business is pushing even Madison's boundaries by offering, of all things, hugs.
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1913: The city of Redding will lease a site to M. Leonardini to build a distillery. The site is on Short Street, north of the Buffalo bottling works. A resolution granting a lease for at least 25 years will be passed at a meeting to be held this evening.
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Area Roundup: Redding Christian boys go undefeated to win their holiday tournament
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The government and water agencies are spending enormous sums studying and promoting infrastructure investment. Why not devote comparable funding to the watersheds?
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Some want less government, some want increased regulation to protect individuals, but no one wants a government that can't function or can't respond to the needs of the people. This is the point we had reached with abuse of filibusters.
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Free markets have their excesses, but there has never in the history of humanity been any economic arrangement even close to liberated commerce and relatively unencumbered trade in lifting humankind from misery.
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Redding didn't break any records this weekend with the cold and snow, but the weather still had a big impact on plenty of North State residents by way of frozen pipes, car wrecks and icy falls.
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North State organizations came out in force this holiday season to help people in need.
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Here are the 2013 Redding Lighted Christmas Parade results, courtesy of the Active 20-30 Club of Redding.
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All last week the weather forecast said snow on Friday but probably not much and by the way it's gonna be cold. Friday it was cold. About 1 PM the snow started to fall - so sparingly at first I thought it was tiny random bits of ash from the chimney. The temperature dropped and the snow con
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Enterprise High's football team was selected for a CIF regional bowl game on Sunday.
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Christmas Lights on Cafe Fouquet's, Chanmps-d'Elysées, Paris
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A couple married for just three weeks lured a man to his death with a Craigslist ad because they wanted to kill someone together, police said.
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Expect a frosty morning today in Redding.
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It was nearly 4 a.m. when Steve Jobs’ gleaming private jet finally touched down. The lights at Memphis International Airport cast a halo of fluorescent gold around the $40 million, 15- seat Gulfstream as it completed its 1,800-mile journey from California, an overnight Hail Mary across three time zones.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Foothill and Shasta High boys basketball do battle in the Harlan Carter Invitational championship game at Enterprise's Manatowa Gymnasium.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Delamar was located near the Bully Hill Mine on the Squaw Creek arm of what is now Shasta Lake and was a rich gold, silver and copper mining town. The shoreline of Shasta Lake is located approximately where Delamar's Main...
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The biting cold didn’t deter Shasta County revelers as they lined downtown Redding streets Saturday night for the annual Lighted Christmas Parade.
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Shasta College women's basketball competes in its own "Crossover" tourney.
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Is there really a new Dust Bowl in the Central Valley? Plus, readers sound off about crime coverage in the Record Searchlight.
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Regular conservative critics have a drumbeat at City Council meetings about a union lock on power. Have they not noticed the furloughs and serial outsourcing imposed by the same leaders they're criticizing?
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What motivates the volunteers who give so much of their time to build a better community?
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Will 2014 finally be the year that Riverfront Playhouse breaks ground on its downtown Redding theater?
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The Redding Rancheria makes generous donations with a share of its casino profits -- but the community needs more help for gambling addicts.
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From violet blues to yellow oranges, here's how to make and use color in your artwork.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is holding two public hearings Tuesday on a proposal by Sierra Pacific Industries to build a wood-fired power plant in Anderson.
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The California Air Resources Board is considering giving North State truckers more time to comply with new diesel emission standards.
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Ten-year-old computer leaves writer in a lurch.
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When being around so many people starts to wear her down, a trip to Starbucks is just the cure.
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Telling girls that they're not to blame if sexually assaulted while drunk can help them better cope with aftermath.
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Vickie Lamoureux scans forest landscape for the faintest sign of smoke spring through summer.
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Keep lists and budgets in order with these free apps.
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Find out if college kids can get subsidies and how VA health care benefits can affect others in the family.
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Donations, selling off losing securities can help you reduce taxes come April.
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European Wax Center open seven days a week.
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In 1913: Donna M. Coleman, the brightest star in the educational world of Shasta County, was buried at Cypress Lawn Cemetery in San Francisco, the first woman superintendent of schools in the state of California and the one, it can be said, made order out of chaos with regard to Shasta County schools.
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Does a company have the religious freedom we give to an individual? The Supreme Court will decide in the Hobby Lobby case challenging part of the Affordable Care Act.
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The hot-sauce factory's peppery smokestack got international headlines --- but the corrupt little city that it calls home and other jurisdictions like it really deserve more public scrutiny.
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Search and rescue teams have located a man, woman, child and their dog at Eskimo Hill, which is near Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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Expect a frosty morning today in Redding.
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Seventy-two years ago, Mel Fisher was resting in his slung cot on the starboard side of the destroyer USS Whitney, a destroyer lulling in the calm tropical waters of Hawaii.
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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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As of this column’s creation, nobody knows whether the Enterprise High football team has been selected to play in the CIF Regional Bowl Games.
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West Valley's boys basketball team plays U-Prep for seventh place in the Harlan Carter Invitiational on Saturday.
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Courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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Merry Christmas From The Kearns Family from The Day's End on Vimeo.
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It was easy standing around the two bonfires burning at the Old Shasta School House at the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Very festive scene. After a bit of a nail-biting drive out 299W. A picture here....
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Despite a few reports of car crashes and cold conditions, the Redding area is enjoying a mostly calm day after Friday’s winter storm dumped a mound of snow on the North State.
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A reader wondered about the status of the house, its redwood trees and the new court house. An e-mail received from Larry Lees, the county's chief administrative officer: "Marc, My understanding is that the Courthouse project has been pushed out...
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Restaurateur and hotelier Ed Rullman just sent this e-mail to his Redding Merchants Crime Watch list: "To All... As many of you know I lost my wallet last week and someone found it and started using my debit and credit...
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Here’s a Fannie Mae REO home that could be great again. There’s even a way to pay for repairs. Using a little vision, you can almost picture the kids bikes parked outside that slider door. “Great starter home for the industrious person with a little vision. This 1
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A winter storm passed through the North State on Friday, dumping a few inches of snow in the valley.
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Even a small selection of bulbs ready to be forced, make great gifts at the holidays, for friends, for hostesses, for something to look forward to in early 2014! A few dry bulbs, some decorative rocks or marbles, a sweet perhaps gently used container or vase, tied up with a bow and there you have [...]
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Shasta College will hold its Country Christmas Fair today.
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The 2013 Redding Lighted Christmas Parade will make its way through downtown Redding tonight.
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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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After a snowy Friday night, today should be mostly sunny with a high near 41 in the Redding area, the National Weather Service says.
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For some areas, snowy and icy weather may cause delays in the delivery of your Saturday newspaper.
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In 1913: A report issued by Trinity County showed that 85 mines in 1912 totaled $730,997, mostly in gold. The report also showed substantial gains over 1910 and 1911. Trinity County stood first in the state in its hydraulic mining.
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West Valley High girls basketball battles defending-champion Red Bluff in an Anderson Tip-Off Classic semifinal.
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Host Anderson High girls basketball faces Foothill in the Tip-Off Classic semifinals.
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Enterprise and Shasta High's boys basketball teams square off in the Harlan Carter semifinal.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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RED BLUFF - Firefighters say a double wide mobile home caught fire and its resident was found dead inside this afternoon.
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A cold snap hit the north state Friday, dropping snowflakes that contributed to dozens of crashes, most without injuries, by 5 p.m. on highways in Shasta and Siskiyou counties.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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More than 100 people turned out in downtown Redding on Friday evening to see the annual Christmas tree lighting, despite the snow.
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Redding Police say one of Shasta's Most Wanted was caught hiding in a trailer in Anderson this evening.
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The Fitzhugh and Thacker families are both prominent in Redding college basketball right now, but in very different ways.
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There are bright spots in the California economy, to be sure, but the regional gaps and growing number who see themselves as "have-nots" show how far the state has to go to recover.
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If Redding had a latter-day Woody Guthrie he'd probably sound a lot like my former Record Searchlight colleague Jim Dyar, who, like Guthrie, manages to set incisive and socially conscious lyrics to hummable melodies and memorable hooks.
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Shifting platetectonics created state's gold, wine and fruit fields.
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“We actually saw the fire as we were leaving, but it seemed so far away. Being new to the area, we didn’t worry about it, and went to the school,” said Chang Vang.
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A visiting Butte County Superior Court judge today granted a preliminary injunction to block Shasta County’s court reporters joining future employee strikes.
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A hearing today Anselmo Vineyard’s ongoing chapel dispute with Shasta County was rescheduled for April as the vintner and county officials continue to work toward a resolution in the case.
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Win-River expects new hotel to be a key part in region's tourism industry.
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Prune less rather than more for these drough-tolerant plants.
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An odd pumpkin grows in Shingletown.
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When I graduated from Shasta High in the 1960s and went to Stanford to compete against the country's best, I discovered I had academic gaps -- but I'd been taught a vital lesson that the Redding area understood: the grit to overcome obstacles.
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Mark Duenas swears under oath he didn't kill his wife; family criticizes investigation and conviction.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Shasta County supervisors, saying marijuana growing has made the practice rampant (which I've certainly heard from water users -- though I don't know of any hard data), will consider sending a letter to Assemblyman Brian Dahle and Sen. Ted...
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A gentleman once suggested that the R-S should pursue an investigation of the various lawsuits in which public agencies are entangled beyond much-publicized cases like the Reverge Anselmo affair. For starters, he wondered, just how many cases are there? Funny...
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The Shasta Area Safety Communications Agency in Redding is asking drivers to stay off the roads tonight due to hazaradous driving conditions due to the snow and icy conditions.
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Campredding guessed it correctly as Jillsonville at 9:15 a.m. Jillsonville was the company town of the Gladstone Mine. Congratulations to campredding and a big thank you to Jack's Grill for the $25 gift certificate! And thank you to everyone who...
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As millions mourn Mandela, this quote jarred (from an AP dispatch about France dispatching troops to slow sectarian slaughter in the Central African Republic): "...we know that 50 years after our independences, France is again required to come in as...
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ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. -- A YouTube video in a mammograms fundraiser campaign includes a handful of familiar faces.
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All lanes have been reopened on westbound Highway 44 in east Redding.
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SHASTA COUNTY DIVORCE CORP? DR. DREW PINSKY EXPOSES OUR FAMILY LAW INDUSTRIALISTSand the CROSS-SYSTEM PARASITES!
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So the photo above is what I’ve been doing this past week. My very bestest friend from Kindergarten was getting married and asked me to photograph his wedding – in Tokyo!  That’s right, you read that correctly…  Tokyo!  In Japan!!!  A-MAZE-ING……… It was funny how it all worked out… 
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Chris Solberg snapped and shared these photos of people on the street in downtown Redding and the Parkview neighborhood. The National Weather Service currently forecasts a low on Saturday night - Sunday morning of just 19 degrees....
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Live Snow Cam North Redding. We have our live snow cam up and running herein North Redding. Check it out. Live broadcast by Ustream The post Live Snow Cam North Redding appeared first on Daily Dump
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Medics rushed a 58-year-old Redding man to a local hospital after he reportedly fell off the roof of his one-story home onto a deck.
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As surely as lobbyists can rely on finding work in Sacramento, Californians can be counted on to disapprove of their Legislature’s performance. But the level of skepticism toward state legislators appears to be ebbing as the state’s fiscal footing firms.
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This foreclosed home has had a brokerage sign on it for over a month without it being listed in the MLS. No “Coming Soon” sign either. Although that’s a clear violation of our rules, at some point you will be able to buy it. So at the risk of repetition, we are running it here again. We can show it to you now:
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What town were these company cottages located in? Welcome to the History Mystery Photo Contest. If you're the first person to give the correct answer, you'll win a $25 gift certificate and an award certificate with your name and the...
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Priced aggressively at just over $89 per sq ft. But in real estate, price is just one factor.
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In this YouTube video, Jim Dyar remembers his great-uncle, Elzy Lay, a one-time outlaw who ran with the notorious Butch Cassidy and his gang before a reformation and pardon. The song, "Waltz for Elzy Lay," is on the Jim Dyar...
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Emergency crews have cleared a wreck that blocked lanes of traffic on northbound Highway 273 just north of Latona Road, north of Anderson, after a vehicle rolled over early this morning.
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Forecasters expect rain mixed with snow to hit Redding after 5 p.m. today. The chance of precipitation is about 80 percent. The day's high temperature should be near 43. Only about a half inch of new snowfall is expected during the day, though forecasters expect as much as 4 more inches overnight, when the low drops to abou
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Not that I'm bragging (mainly because I don't want anyone to try to prove me wrong), but potential burglars would have a hard time breaking into my house. Now I've known this for a long time, but my husband, who just moved in a few weeks ago, is just finding this out now. Twice in [...]
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The 53-year-old Cottonwood man convicted in November of murdering his wife in 2012 is scheduled to be sentenced today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Anderson High girls basketball faces Paradise in hosting the Tip-Off Classic, game begins at 7 p.m.
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Enterprise High School is hosting the Harlan Carter Invitational, and facing West Valley boys basketball at 7 p.m. in the first round.
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Foothill High boys basketball battles U-Prep at 5:30 p.m. in the first round of the Harlan Carter Invitational at Enterprise High.
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I caught up with Assemblyman Brian Dahle for a few minutes by phone today while he was on his way to yet another water meeting. He stressed that he agreed with my thoughts yesterday that a bond is actually not...
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Written by Dominic Mallari Teacher Feature: Kevin Fox (503) 453-6949   Although neither of his parents had degrees, Mr. Fox’s family really valued education. Even at a young age, he understood the importance of going to school and doing well in his classes.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The little montage above is a sampling of the rhetoric from this week's City Council meeting, but it could have been almost any meeting. Conservative-minded regulars including speakers Greg Mann, Gary Hollahan and George Clarke routinely lambaste councilors --...
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For the family of Sandra Van Larson, Tuesday’s fatal crash has meant the loss of a mother who spent her time caring for others, including her children, her ailing mother and those at her job where she was an advocate for people with disabilities.
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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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