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January 23rd, 2014

Over and over and over again, folks working on the Bay Delta Conservation Plan repeat the mantra that their plan is not about delivering any more water from the North State to the rest of California. Rather, the party line...
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Saw this tree trimmer mirroring the Sundial Bridge in Redding today. One less tree to water in a drought year, I suppose. Actually this kind of pine tree, when they get that tall, are at random risk of falling over at inconvenient moments. Like when you’re under them. A safety issue too near Highway
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The Grass Valley Union caught up with Sen. Ted Gaines to get his response to Gov. Jerry Brown's "state of the state" address yesterday -- and also his thoughts on the drought. Gaines offered this plan of attack: "Our reservoirs...
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The driver of a logging truck that overturned this morning north of Weaverville in Trinity County was not hurt in the crash, the California Highway Patrol is reporting.
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Fire crews quickly contained a vegetation fire that broke out this morning in Shingletown.
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Riverside Drive is sort of like a bipolar street. Home values vary wildly, depending on which side of the street you’re on.
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Click here for the images. Excerpt from the accompanying story: "The Shasta snow cover reflects two dry winters (in 2012 and 2013), plus a December 2013 snowfall that puts the area less than 5 percent of the way toward the...
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Fifty or more locals gathered in our town’s pizza parlor after a recent burglary. Their mood was somber. I arrived late and stood near the rear of the crowd. I couldn’t see their faces. But from the tone of their voices I could tell they weren’t there to play bingo. The first question I heard [...]
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Expect a blustery today with a high in the 70s. Wind gusts should reach about 26 mph with a north wind of up to 21 mph. The day's high should be about 72. Friday will be about 71 with wind at about 9 mph. Highs should remain in the 70s through Wednesday.
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A Red Bluff police officer pursued a speeding pickup through residential streets Wednesday evening, but when police caught up with the vehicle, it had been abandoned with the engine running.
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Artist Reeba Barrows’ recent works explore death through society’s impact on fragile creatures and objects.
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“Never a dull meal,” promises the menu at Tapas Downtown — and that certainly applies to Sunday brunch at Christine Silver’s colorful restaurant on Oregon Street, which recently marked its fifth anniversary.
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Befitting an event that features the crowning of a king and queen, as well as delectables and libations galore, it only makes sense for the Soroptimist International of Redding to add a new element to their annual Mardi Gras fundraiser: cake.
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No matter how many air passengers flow through the Redding Municipal Airport, it appears Peter Chu’s Skyroom will continue to soar.
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The West Valley wrestling team beat Shasta 40-32 in a dual meet, thanks to three pins from John Tomasello at 128 pounds, Marc McMahon at 140 pounds and Chase Robbins at 147 pounds.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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At 5-foot-6, Jordan Daniels isn't a towering threat in the goal box.
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Redding fire crews contained a blaze an hour after it broke out Wednesday night, but flames destroyed the building that used to be Bargain Bin Surplus Hardware at 1350 Lake Blvd.
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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — NASCAR overhauled its qualifying process Wednesday, switching to a knockout format similar to Formula One and IndyCar.
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Firefighters say a blaze has broken out at a home in Cottonwood this evening.
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Firefighters say a blaze has broken out at an outbuilding in Cottonwood this evening.
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CHICO — Tri Counties Bank CEO Rick Smith was in Santa Rosa Wednesday, heading to Roseville, the day after the announcement that his bank was purchasing Redding-based North Valley Bank.
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The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office will honor 10 current and former employees, including two sheriff’s dogs, at its annual award ceremony Thursday.
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Renae Tolbert had a lot of errands Saturday.
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Redding Electric Utility’s staffing shortages could force construction and remodeling projects programmed for this summer to shut down, putting at risk the local building industry’s recovery.
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If political campaigns are worth anything, it's when they rise above the old-fashioned mud-slinging and offer the voters a contest of ideas. Michael Dacquisto tossed a few out for consideration in announcing his run for City Council.
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Again and again, a report on the state of women in America ignores the broader society. Women have a lower life expectancy than in other nations? Yes, but the men fare even worse.
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Why pay union wages when a minimum-wage worker will do the same job?
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I have never seen an unemployed person, who was motivated and willing to work hard, be turned away when they truly had something to offer an employer.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The lawsuit by a murderer's family is simply appalling.
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"Inequality for All" makes an eloquent and impassioned argument about how the devastating effects of America's widening income inequality threatens not only the middle class but democracy itself.
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If "the male contribution to human breeding" was a Bronze Age discovery, how'd we make babies before that?
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The Shasta and West Valley High boys soccer teams battle for first place in the Sac River League Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Redding Soccer Park.
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In 1914: Shasta County Superior Court Judge C. M. Head, 51, passed away after four years of being ill with Bright’s disease. He contracted pneumonia a few days ago, which proved too much for his weakened constitution.
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It’s been a busy past few days for the State of Jefferson movement as it spreads around the North State..
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If you're looking to stay away from tobacco, Shasta County's probably not the place for you, according to a newly released study from the American Lung Association.
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Redding Police say they caught another of Shasta's Most Wanted in downtown Redding.
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A group of Shasta County residents has started a petition asking the Board of Supervisors to protect patients’ access to medicine by allowing outdoor marijuana grows regardless of property size.
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Firefighters are heading to south Redding after receiving reports of a mobile home that caught fire as it was being towed.
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Like everybody in the ski business on the West Coast, it's been a painful winter for Kim Clark, general manager at Mt. Ashland Ski Area. As the title of Clark's latest email dispatch says, "50 Years Old & Still Waiting." Clark writes about the "ridiculously resilient ridge" that is bringing u
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I haven't been up to Shasta Lake yet, but plan to go soon. There are a few places I want to check out. Before the lake was created, there were many people who lived throughout the entire lake area....
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When Need 2 Speed closed in downtown Redding in fall 2012, owner Boris Podtetenieff talked of moving the business to a more populated area. I believe Portland was one of his dream destinations. Well after nearly landing in Salt Lake City, Podtetenieff has found a new home in Reno. The Sparks Trib
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Mayor Rick Bosetti, a former professional baseball player, used a sports analogy while adding his support to the City Council’s Tuesday night decision to go with a new realtor for the Stillwater Business Park. “Here’s a message you can take back to your manager,” Bosetti said to Cory Lawrence, an agent with the Cush
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Sterling Financial Corp., the Spokane, Wash., bank that came close to buying North Valley Bank last decade, itself was purchased last year. The Spokesman-Review in Spokane
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Officials with the University of Oklahoma say normal campus operations have resumed after a report of a shooting on the Norman campus.
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Author Carl Sagan described a “demon haunted world,” where fear drives people to make foolish and unscientific choices. As for me, I am old enough to have met an actual child stricken with Polio. Yesterday, when I took my mom to the doctor’s offi
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Here’s cute looking home near the high school in Shasta Lake City.
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A nice feature story on rising Shasta home values from business reporter David Benda in today’s Record Searchlight. Our own Broker Erin Rader is in the front page photo, above the fold mostly. She was showing a possib
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An Oregon couple is in jail following their arrest Tuesday in connection to a stolen car and the discovery of illegal drugs.
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Redding firefighters this morning quickly knocked out a car fire that threatened to spread to some vegetation behind the Dollar Tree store on Lake Boulevard.
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Jury selection is scheduled to begin today in the trial of a Mountain Gate man accused of hacking two people to death with a wood-splitting maul in 2012.
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Today's high will approach 80 degrees as Redding continues a prolonged dry spell. A north-northwest wind of about 7 to 13 mph, with 20 mph gusts, will blow through the area. The night will down to about 43. Thursday will be about 74 and highs will stay in the 70s for at least a week.
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One of the reasons history is so captivating is because it pops up every now and then to surprise us.
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My husband and I have waged a several years’ long battle over hair with our two boys. It began as soon as they had opinions and could articulate them with words. Their consistent position has been, “Do not touch my hair ever, ever, ever.”
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My original headline was, "My Fantasy: Chopped!" But, as the headline suggests, it would be a highly unrealistic dream for me to be a contestant on "Chopped", the Food Network program over which I'm pretty much obsessed. Even so, I'm sort of embarrassed to admit that I actually had some foodie friends over recently for [...
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A regional firm in the West Coast commercial real estate markets will begin to list the long-dormant parcels at Stillwater Business Park next month.
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Central Valley High boys basketball hosts local foe Anderson in a Northern Athletic League showdown in Shasta Lake.
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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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Driest year in a century? UC Berkeley's B. Lynn Ingram will see your drought and raise you another four centuries. In an interview with Cal's News Center, Ingram offers some perspective on water: If you go back thousands of years,...
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Central Valley High boys basketball entertains Northern Athletic League rival Anderson at 7:30 p.m. in Shasta Lake Tuesday.
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After years of false starts, a state grant promises to lead Shasta County toward a much-needed expansion of jail space -- complete with a new, rehabilitation-oriented philosophy.
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President Obama seems completely unaware of how many of the policies he is trying to impose have been tried before, in many times and places around the world, and have failed time and again.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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In 1914: A short circuit in power lines at the sampling mill at the Balaklala copper company’s plant resulted in the complete destruction of the building and the great part of the machinery.
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Appearing close to tears, an ex-Marine was sentenced today to 8 years to life in prison for attacking a pregnant Redding teenager on the Sacramento River Trail in 2012 to try to abort her unborn baby.
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Two separate lawsuits filed in Shasta County allege the civil rights of a medical marijuana patient and a former collective owner were violated by the county and the City of Redding at different times.
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An 18-year-old Redding man accused of stabbing his father to death last year with a kitchen knife was ordered today to stand trial.
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LAKE SHASTA — Skeletal remains found scattered Sunday near Shasta Caverns may be the remains of a 32-year-old Santa Clara man missing since July 2012.
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In America, 150 babies per hour are ripped from their mothers' wombs by the violence of abortion.
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What do cattle breeding and abortion rights have in common?
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State officials will be in Redding Thursday to provide information and take public comment on the Bay Delta Conservation Plan.
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Home sales in Shasta County in 2013 rose for the third straight year and values went up for the second consecutive year as the area continued to bounce back from the real estate crash.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly "North State Notes" column dissects Northern Section high school sports from a historical and statistical standpoint.
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The merger between Tri Counties Bank and North Valley Bank would create the 26th largest bank in California.
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DUBLIN, Calif. (AP) — A Bay Area Rapid Transit police officer accidentally shot and killed a fellow officer Tuesday, authorities said.
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The Redding City Council decided to go with a new real estate agent to continue marketing Stillwater Business Park.
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Tri Counties Bank has agreed to buy Redding-based North Valley Bank, a deal that would create a franchise of some 80 branches with $3.5 billion in assets.
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — NOAA: Swirling storm dumps nearly a foot of snow just outside Philly; about 6 inches in NYC.
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Neel Kashkari, a former Bush administration official, is officially in the race for governor to replace Jerry Brown this November. From AP: Kashkari describes himself as a social moderate who supports gay marriage and abortion rights -- positions that could...
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Brian Grigsby, a Shasta High School science teacher, says he has always been fascinated by the world around him, and what makes it work. It’s this sense of curiosity and wonder that lead Grigsby to teach Earth Science, Physical Science and Biology from 1993 to 2000. In 2008, after several opportunities in his field outsid
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A State of Jefferson activist relays word that the Glenn County Board of Supervisors this morning unanimously signed on to the call to the Legislature to let the northern people go. Read the resolution here....
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The Shasta Association of REALTORS contributed cash to buy these wreaths you see honoring our veterans at the Northern California Veterans Cemetery in Igo. These wreaths are displayed during Christmas, and then stored for next year. I was happy t
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Two of Shasta County's most wanted suspects have been arrested, Redding police reported today.
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Included in Patt Morrison's LA Times column here. It really is the Seventies again....
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National Weather Service forecasters predict more sunny skies and warm highs for Redding in the near future. The high today is expected to reach 73 degrees, while tonight's low will be about 40 degrees. Wednesday will be similar.
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1914: Floods have wrecked the traffic bridge at Dunsmuir across the Sacramento river in the southern portion of the city. It collapsed at 10:30 this morning and is practically a total loss.
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Foothill High boys basketball remained at the top of the boys large-school rankings for the fourth time in five editions this year, after walloping West Valley in the Sac River League opener Friday, in the latest Northern Section Media Poll, released Tuesday.
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News in brief from around the North State
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies arrested one of the county’s most wanted suspects Monday at a home in Anderson.
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A group of Shasta County residents say the link between crime and drugs is clear, and implementing a complete ban on outdoor marijuana grows in the county would be a step in the right direction.
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Everything about Stillwater Business Park takes too long. But one example -- how long it took the city to realize it had the wrong real estate broker. A blog (here) from two years ago.......
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Redding's been arguing about the merits of Stillwater Business Park for more than a decade now, but here's one point of universal agreement: What the city's been doing hasn't worked. Now it's shifting its strategy.
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If federal courts are forcing the state to release prisons, it's only sensible to parole the the old and ill, however much time is left on their sentences.
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A doctors wonders, as patients near the end of their natural lives, whether intense treatments help or hurt.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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More than 100 people gathered in downtown Redding Monday morning to honor Martin Luther King Jr. with a prayer and praise circle, followed by a march to the city's multicultural center.
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Trinity County is ready to turn the corner in its efforts to bring more tourism recreation dollars into the region.
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Redding police dog Carr is back at work after making a speedy recovery from a potentially-fatal illness.
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The Red Bluff City Council will consider allocating $9,394 for this year’s payments to the Tehama County animal shelter, which houses animals caught in the city, above the already $95,500 set aside.
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Trinity County sheriff's deputies have arrested a 21-year-old Trinity Center man on suspicion of murder.
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Was just forwarded this e-mail from Veronica Sherriff: Hi Everyone, Just letting you know that the tickets for the Dave The Raw Food Trucker event at my home in Oak Run (30 minutes east of Redding) are on sale at...
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Some other notable quotations from the life of Martin Luther King here....
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Tehama County deputies say they arrested a man early Sunday morning after stopping the truck he was in and finding meth on him.
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Free admission to nearby awesome Whiskeytown Lake today, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. And the weather looks perfect for just about any activity. Whiskey
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Wait, what? Is that really what it looks like it is? “Computer, enhance image.”
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a warm and sunny Martin Luther King Jr. holiday in Redding. The high should be 73 degrees, with a low tonight of 38 degrees. The rest of the week should be similar, with highs of 73 to 74 predicted for Tuesday and Wednesday as well.
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This week it’s been on my mind to ask myself, “Just what are friends for, anyway?” Or, “Just what is a friend?” Or, “What does it take to be a friend?” We all, every one of us, can attest to the fact that we ‘believe’ friends are important. There have been volumes written and miles [...]
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A look back on what happened on this day in history in the North State.
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News briefs from around the North State.
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The Shasta College women’s basketball team won a Golden Valley Conference game Saturday with a 66-23 victory over Lassen in Susanville.
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SEATTLE — Russell Wilson threw a 35-yard touchdown pass on fourth down and Seattle's top-ranked defense forced two late turnovers, lifting the Seahawks into their second Super Bowl with a 23-17 victory over the San Francisco 49ers for the NFC championship Sunday.
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It was a sea of mostly red - and a little blue - as fans of both the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks gathered at Bleachers Sports Bar and Grill in Redding to watch the NFC Championship game Sunday afternoon.
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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. could not have imagined as he stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial delivering his "I Have A Dream" speech that if he glanced to his right, he would be looking at the future site of his own monument.
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Secretary of State John Kerry has surprised everyone by the vigor with which he has pursued this goal.We must wish him success since this is a region which can easily lead us into a new and unnecessary war.
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People were able to hear every word that Martin Luther King Jr. said. If he had not spoken clearly and loud enough, he would barely be a footnote in history.
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Watching the revelations from former Defense Secretary Robert Gates about the Clintons and Barack Obama, I was absolutely sickened that they and Vice President Joe Biden would disregard the safety of the military.
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On Jan. 14, for the second time since Joe Biden said people don't need an assault rifle because a shotgun is easier to shoot, a student has shown up at his school and tried to kill his fellow students using a shotgun.
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Without "victimhood," there exists no leftist party.
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The stock markets have become nothing more then a piggy bank for the wealthy including hedge fund managers.
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WASHINGTON — A chief element of President Barack Obama's attempt to overhaul U.S. surveillance will not work, leaders of Congress' intelligence committees said Sunday, pushing back against the idea that the government should cede control of how Americans' phone records are stored.
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Redding's scenic course and balmy temperatures attracted some of this year's winners of the Redding Marathon from out of the area.
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Blake Zufall just wanted to beat the three-hour mark for his first marathon run.
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The Record Searchlight Presents - Eat Desserts First Get Tickets at One SAFE Place Business Office & Client Service Center, Cornerstone Bank, Five Star Bank, American West Bank, Boheme Spa, Mary's Pizza Shack, O2 Staffing, Cold Stone Creamery, Sweet Spot, Sandy's Specialties, Record Searchlight, Redding.com
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The Record Searchlight Presents - Eat Desserts First Get Tickets at One SAFE Place Business Office & Client Service Center, Cornerstone Bank, Five Star Bank, American West Bank, Boheme Spa, Mary's Pizza Shack, O2 Staffing, Cold Stone Creamery, Sweet Spot, Sandy's Specialties, Record Searchlight, Redding.com
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Red Bluff police arrested a 27-year-old man today on suspicion of felony evading an officer after he allegedly drove through a stop sign, stop lights and drove on the wrong side of the road to avoid the officers pursuing him.
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Last night we watched "Silver Linings Playbook." I hated it. I began to wonder if I had a choice between two hours of dental surgery and having to watch it again, which would I choose? I was leaning on the side of dental surgery because at least the two hours would not be spent in vain. I hated al
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At a time when the public's approval of many politicians is at an all-time low, the group Shasta County Citizens for Democracy (SCCD) wants us to remember there are some good ideas and programs that come out of Washington, DC and Sacramento. The organization is sponsoring an essay writing contest for local high school stude
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National Research Corporation and DecisionHealth have named Mercy Home Health and St. Elizabeth Home Care to their announced list of 2013 HomeCare Elite™ 500 winners.  Now in its eighth year, the HomeCare Elite program recognizes top-performing home health agencies across the United States. Mercy Home Healt
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You are invited to start your new year with a free visit to a national park!  Whiskeytown National Recreation Area and all of the other 401 national park sites across the country will offer free admission on Monday, January 20 to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  In 2011, the Martin Luther Ki
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Schedule of Events: 8:00 am: Bell Ringing Ceremony (Inside of Old City Hall located at 1313 Market St.) 9:00 am: The worldwide bell ringing 9:30 am: Shuttle leaving the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center to the Court House, 1500 Court St. (Shuttle transportation provided by Bethel Church) 9:45 am: For the Prayer/Praise Circle T
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From today's LA Times story on draconian water rationing in store for Willits: "Quite honestly, the elephant in the room in several different ways in this matter is the marijuana industry," (Willits City Manager Adrienne Moore) said. "They are heavy...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - JANUARY 18, 2014 Sheriff Bosenko to Continue Appearances Despite Withdrawal of Opponent in Race Redding, California, 1/18/2014 On Wednesday, Sheriff Bosenko's opponent in the upcoming election for Sheriff of Shasta County, Aaron Maready, announced that...
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Officials of the small town of Willits, Calif., looked at their two municipal reservoirs last week, did some calculating and realized they had enough water to last only 100 days. It was time to adopt the toughest rationing measures they could.
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Hundreds of runners today will converge on Shasta Dam for the 12th annual Redding Marathon.
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Redding is in the midst of an unseasonably warm and sunny stretch that shows only faint signs of stopping.
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Rachel Martin of the Enterprise High girls basketball team scored her 1,000th-point Saturday in a game in Modesto against Bradshaw Christian.
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ANDERSON — Those wanting to make the North State the 51st state laid out their case for secession tonight.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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The state's new school funding formula, which offers increased flexibility and local control, is launching with a wave of public outreach to glean what parents and others want from their schools. It's a rare opportunity to shape the future.
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The power of beliefs to distort reality can result in giant leaps to foolish and, even perilous, conclusions. Witness Bob Williams' recent column.
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Once known as The Vineyards, the once-beleaguered Anderson development has a new name and website.
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Would your community be better off if your city council met at the local Starbucks? The answer is almost certainly yes.
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Shorter days can lead to seasonal affective disorder.
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Melyssa Tollar and Kevin Wacker, both of Sacramento, are engaged to be married on Aug. 2, 2014, at the General's House Garden, Lion's Gate Hotel, Sacramento.The bride-elect is the daughter of Nick and Tina Tollar, of Buffalo, N.Y. She graduated from West Seneca High School in West Seneca, N.Y., and from Medaille College in
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Simmie Stayer and Brad Buehler, both of Lenox, Iowa, are engaged to be married on June 7, 2014, at the Ponderosa Ridge Ranch in Anderson. The bride-elect is the daughter of Pat and Bonnie Stayer of Palo Cedro. She graduated from West Valley High School in 2007 and earned her bachelor's degree in agriculture at Chico State U
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The Supreme Court this spring will consider challenges to the Affordable Care Acts requirement that employer-paid insurance plans cover contraception. Whose rights should prevail -- employers or employees?
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Should the entrances to abortion clinics be buffered from protesters? If so, how much space is enough space to protect patients while protecting First Amendment rights?
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What kind of precedent does it set to give a law license to a man who isn't even in the country legally?
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Emergency exits are set with a 15-second delay. In a real crisis, that could be deadly.
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If you dote on the negatives and ignore the positives, you may be too critical.
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And somebody needs to explain to tour operator what a "very nice roast beef sandwich" really is.
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Different feline personalities carry on even as two pals ease into older age.
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The days of stressing about a school dance are gone; long live rambunctuous games to keep kids social and happy.
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From glamourizing self-harm to casual sex, there's much that young people find a drag on their generation.
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Turning 50 will bring new adventures in life including some new wrinkles and happiness.
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Heading to Ashland? Here's how to get tickets and some tips on finding places to stay.
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A dying tree takes on new life as a scultpure thanks to an artist and a businessman.
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Firefighters say a blaze has burned a vehicle at the Trinity County Fairgrounds in Hayfork.
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Details here. A two-minute promo for our film commission....
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In 1914: Redding Mayor Harry W. Glover announced his intention of seeking a higher office in the service of Shasta County. He said he was going to run for District 1 county supervisor.
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Redding Firefighters are heading to a home near Ellis Street after receiving reports of a structure fire this morning.
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This home on Castlewood in Redding is still looking for a new owner. We did an online tour video for it, and as of this morning, it had
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Bud Lane was not likely named after a Budweiser product. And you have to travel down Starvation Flat Road to get to Bud Lane, so there’s that. What makes today’s FDotD interesting is neither bud nor starvation, but the fact that this parcel is zoned Heavy Industrial. That makes it possibl
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With the season of pruning, planting and gifts in mind, it seems a perfect moment to repeat the In a North State Garden interview with Robert Fanno of Fanno Saw Works in Chico. If you are like me, you love your tools. If you don't love your tools - you should. Every gardener needs tools [...]
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This week checked out the impressive new equestrian facility at the seemingly ever-growing Rolling Hills Casino -- so new that the folks at the hotel and in the casino didn't have brochures yet. Open since December it's already hosted several...
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Don't expect the sunny and warm conditions to change anytime soon. Today should be about 76 degrees under sunny skies with a calm wind that increases to about 6 mph in the afternoon. The night should drop to about 37 at its coldest point. Sunday will be about 73 degrees with a light north wind. Monday will again be about 74
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In 1914: The Farmers Association decided that the Mammoth Copper Co. operating at Kennett must adhere strictly to the terms of the stipulations between the company and the farmers or be made the defendant in another suit to close down the smelter.
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Foothill and West Valley High's girls and boys basketball teams square off for "Think Pink" night at Shasta College for the Eagles' homecoming.
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Enterprise High girls basketball hosts rival Shasta, looking for its 26th straight win in the series.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column dissects Redding college sports.
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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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Enterprise High girls basketball has dismantled Shasta time and time again.
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One person has been detained in Anderson after a chase ensued that saw a California Highway Patrol officer crash while chasing a rental vehicle near Jones Valley this evening.
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Shasta County and vintner Reverge Anselmo have reached an agreement to settle a dispute over a chapel built at his Shingletown-area that lacked required permits, among other matters.
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"Think Pink!" Night is back at Shasta College.
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Political advocates of every stripe are marshalling the drought declaration as an argument for schemes they were already promoting, but there's no way around cutting back and making do.
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If you haven't yet seen "Tough by Nature" at Turtle Bay, do it this weekend before it closes. The exhibit -- portraits of ranch women -- is an all-time favorite.
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Q. How does what you believe will happen after death affect the choices you make in your life? Hebrews 9:27 tells us that “after death comes judgment,” and the only way to escape judgment is to believe on the Lord Jesus Christ. That is the most important consideration. For those God has graciously redeemed through the w
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Here’s what’s open and closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day:
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The Redding man who was charged with misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence in the death of a Cottonwood fire captain will not face a second trial.
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The 12th Redding Marathon kicks off at 8 a.m. at Shasta Dam Sunday.
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Redding teen Hunter Wright broke the world record for being the youngest swimmer to complete in the Strait of Magellan race when he successfully finished the race early this morning in Chile.
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The accident was horrible. The way total strangers jumped into action to help was inspiring.
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Don't let plant get too woody or you won't be able to prune it aggressively.
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Make a creative pot and re-pot your indoor plants to promote their health.
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Students foster vegetables from seed to table in new elective at Redding school.
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Diseases, big agriculture needs and Colony Collapse Disorder stress nation's bee populations.
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President Obama is creating "Promise Zones"? Is anyone still buying his promises?
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Two years ago Nathan Marlette was on the fast track to prison or the grave, he said.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Siskiyou County voters will have at least one question before them about seceding from California in the June election.
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Redding Police say they caught a man under AB 109 supervision in a stolen truck today, marking his third arrest in less than three weeks.
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PHILADELPHIA _ Two 15-year-old students were shot inside a Philadelphia charter high school, police said Friday. Both are in stable condition, authorities said.
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Sheriff’s deputies arrested a Redding man in the Rite Aid parking lot of Westwood Village on Thursday night that they say was involved in a residential burglary in Cottonwood the prior day.
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From Joe Mathews: Ask yourself if the following sounds like how public meetings are conducted in your community: The big decisions are made in closed session, and when the council or board members face a difficult challenge, they spend most...
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Here’s a look at the most recent local Redding and Shasta County regional homes sales statistics. We like to look at this set of charts every month to see if there is any identifiable swing or trend of which to be aware. This is for December 2013.
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Here’s a home in lovely Shasta Lake City, not far from Shasta Lake School.
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Redding teen Hunter Wright breaks record for being youngest swimmer to complete in the Strait of Magellan race.
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Redding police say a call this morning about a shooting in west Redding turned out to be vandalism.
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I'm sure you've got some Go To songs in your back pocket, am I right? Songs that no matter where you are, no matter what you're doing, put you in a good mood. Get your feet moving. Whether you're in the kitchen making dinner, in the car driving for hours on end, you've got a [...]
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The Marijuana Bowl? A return of the Bud Bowl?
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Redding will see a slight drop in temperature today, though sunny and warm conditions aren't showing any signs of ending.
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Excerpts from this San Jose Merc story: "There will be a few precipitation events, but we're looking at drier-than-normal conditions in February, March and April," said Matthew Rosencrans, a meteorologist with the agency, which is based in College Park, Md....
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A commentary from the Enterprise-Shasta High boys basketball game.
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Shasta High boys basketball hosts crosstown rival Enterprise to open Sac River League play.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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T.J. Holmes' weekly prep notebook column dissects the talent level of girls basketball in the North State.
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High school basketball gets serious Thursday in west Redding.
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OROVILLE — When economist Robert Eyler looks at the North State economy, he sees pluses, minuses and question marks.
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OROVILLE — California Controller John Chiang says California’s financial condition is better than in previous years, but the threat of disaster still lingers.
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A Shasta County jury deadlocked 10-2 for acquittal today in the trial of a Redding man charged with vehicular manslaughter in the 2012 death of a Cottonwood firefighter.
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It's taxes the memory to recall the times before the housing collapse and its drawn-out aftermath, but the rapid decline in foreclosures suggests the system has digested the mountain of bad debt.
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If he wasn't committed to the mission, if he didn't care about winning, why did Barack Obama throw these soldiers into battle in the first place? Politics.
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The list of Republican policy decisions that hurt children and will harm Republican candidates is clear and damning.
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Homes, courthouse and remains of a store can still be seen in state park.
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Also learn more about the Sin and the Sagebrush exhibit from the curator.
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See who was at what North State event.
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Tax aides receive training and must pass a test.
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A state board today approved Shasta County’s bid for $20 million to construct a second county jail aimed at better serving long-term offenders.
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The unseasonably hot and dry winter has the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection bulking up its forces, adding dozens of seasonal firefighters—an effort that normally doesn’t begin until April.
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In 1914: A short circuit in the power lines in the sampling mill at the Balaklala Copper Co.’s plant at that afternoon destroyed the building and the greater part of the machinery.
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Bryan and Shauna Trygstad paced around the boarded up house on Cirrus Way, the front yard displaying an array of soot-covered shoes, photos, pots and dishes they have been able to salvage after a fire tore through the home last week.
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"Unquenchable" is a must-read that explains our water needs. Without a united front, this entire state will eventually be another Death Valley.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The older I get the more I realize that one of the most prevalent diseases out there is incurable, and no amount of advice will help it
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Anyone who thinks Edward Snowden should come back to this country and submit himself to the federal judiciary for a fair trial should Google "Thomas Drake."
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The Happy Valley man accused of starting September’s fatal Clover Fire and six other blazes will have to wait a few more months before a hearing is held to determine whether he’ll stand trial for murder and arson.
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ANDERSON — A ferocious fire ripped through an Aspen Drive home early today, forcing a family of seven to flee and killing four beloved pets.
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The Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce aims to raise $20,000 over the next month so it can bring back the annual Red Bluff Crawdad Festival.
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For the second day in a row, Redding and Red Bluff's highs of 80 broke records.
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Jury deadlines 10-2 in favor of acquittal in vehicular manslaughter case today.
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In many states -- thanks to a sustained, mainly Republican push in the name of stopping purported voter fraud -- voters must show a valid ID when they go to the polls on Election Day. That's not the law in...
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A state board today approved Shasta County’s bid for $20 million in funds to construct a second county jail aimed at better serving long-term offenders.
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We like to attend the annual Soup Supper put on by the local League of Women Voters, where Erin is a member. We couldn’t stay for the food, which always great. And we missed the speaker too, darn it. Really wanted to hear from County Clerk/Registrar of Voters Cathy Darling Allen. But it was nice to stop in and say a
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Reader Alex Landi e-mailed this response to a recent column that featured the story of Pat (Lim) Lee, one of the owners of Lim's Cafe on North Market Street in Redding. I excerpted some of Landi's comments in my upcoming...
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A few months back, Missy McArthur floated at a council meeting the idea that it's worth exploring whether the Redding police should embrace a growing (if not common) practice among law-enforcement agencies -- wearing lapel cameras that essentially record what...
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On the same day former California Lt. Gov. Abel Maldonado announced he was dropping his attempt to challenge Gov. Jerry Brown in this fall's election, the Chronicle had an intriguing story about another would-be governor offering a new flavor of...
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A Tehama County man who led law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase Wednesday night was arrested after he crashed his stolen car into a parked pickup and a chain-link fence, sheriff’s deputies said.
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It's not just in Trinity County that elected officials are trying to prevent a vote on a grass-roots measure. In fact, in Fresno, in response to a push to launch a referendum to repeal a substantial increase in water rates,...
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Here’s an interesting urban style home on a street near Mercy Medical Center and the Courthouse. We’ve shown this unique Redding home before. Back when it was listed for $229K. We were impressed
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The kicker to Jim Dyar's write-up in today's DATE, here, on Wildcard Brewing, out near Big League Dreams: On Jan. 23, Wildcard will feature a new release, a single experimental hop beer called "Pray for Rain."...
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Check out this brief video showing a conceptual 3D Home Printer. It looks very plausible. Imagine the possibilities. Concrete walls would be an exceptional building material in our area, where the insu
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Unlike some folks, commenter "Ready123", who sounds like an insider, always has our sheriff's back: Written on "Maready ends campaign for Shasta County sheriff": I'm soo glad, Maready dropped out. He didn't have a clue about the Sheriff Office, the...
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A house fire broke out early this morning in Anderson and forced seven people out their home and killed three pets, firefighters said.
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“Ignorance of the law is no excuse.” Joe Friday, Dragnet Road trips are a great way to see new sights, visit old friends… and break rules you’ve never heard of. Here are three true-crime stories describing how you, too, can enter the land of the lawless on your next interstate outing. The names have been [...]
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Redding is still in the grips of unseasonably warm weather, a trend that is expected to continue into next week.
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Musicians Chris Parreira and Anwyn Halliday met when Halliday was playing French horn in a symphonic rock band called The Small Axe Ensemble and Parreira was the sound engineer at the show. Halliday, a horn player in the Eureka Symphony and Humboldt Bay Brass Band, and Parreira, a solo artist and member of three other North
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Josh and Janet have little in common other than a shared interest in crossword puzzles and the fact they’re the only passengers on a subway car at 4 in the morning.
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When it installed its new 15-barrel brewhouse in October, Redding’s Wildcard Brewing Co. cleared its final hurdle to complete brewery independence. Well … it still needs to brew and sell a whole lot of beer to pay for the huge, stainless steel Italian-made system, but, thus far, that hasn’t been a problem for the brew
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Last month El Rinconcito Mexican Restaurant opened in the spot off Eureka Way in west Redding that was Senor Rosa’s longtime home.
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In 1914: The Rev. R.A. Browne, pastor of the Chico Presbyterian Church, was made organizer to the California “dry” federation for Lassen, Tehama, Butte, Shasta, Trinity and Siskiyou counties. He put Redding on the list of cities and towns in which campaigns were launched for a “dry California in 1915.”
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Anderson police conducted an undercover operation Wednesday in and around the Anderson Heights residential area and made five arrests within several hours.
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Shasta College women's and men's basketball host rival Butte at 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
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Local sports score and briefs.
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The Board of Supervisors’ January 14 public meeting lasted barely over 20 minutes on this day. That was enough time to honor the County Employee of the Month for January (John Crowe, Associate Engineer, Department of Public Works), and to provide an opportunity for Public Comment. This time on the Board agenda in each mee
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Maybe you have heard of Marcel Proust's Remembrance of Things Past and the madeleines he ate that stirred up long-dormant memories. If you're interested, you can read it here (though I find Proust a little tedious and wordy myself). I met such a ma
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Foreclosure filings in Shasta County in 2013 declined for the third straight year, plunging to their lowest level in six years, RealtyTrac reported Wednesday night.
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As Redding engineers discuss improvements to Victor Avenue, Kenneth Schjoth and Crystal McPherson have filed suit against the city over their teen son’s death on that road.
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Weather Underground (here) says prospects for rain in California over next 10 days are "dismal." Excerpt: "According to the National Weather Service in Monterey, Calif., San Francisco has never seen a January with less than a quarter inch of rain....
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87 year old Gene Williamson discovered he has an amazing talent after he retired. Gene took up hand carving and painting figurines as a hobby. His ability to capture the details in his carvings is truly remarkable.
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Dr. Parvin Carter, DDS, MAGD, discusses Causes of grinding teeth in sleep, resulting damages to your health. Do-it-yourself natural remedies to stop teeth grinding is provided.
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KIDS UNLIMITED Talent Showcase kicks off the New Year with an over-abundance of talented kids. With a wide variety of skill levels and talent the KUIA Talent Showcase gives opportunity to local up and coming stars to shine and illuminates Redding with positive energy to ring in 2014.
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Presentation by Dane Wigington an expert on Geoengineering. Come learn how global climate modification through geoengineering is happening all over the world and radically affecting us all.
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Weaverville resident Stephanie Rebelo was motivated to earn her B.A. in Organizational Leadership from Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies so she could be an example to her son and the teens she works with at a local youth center called The Factory.
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REACH Air Medical Services donates $10 to Anderson Union High School Sober Grad 2014 through our REACH For Life Membership Program. REACH Air Medical Services wishes to keep our graduates safe this year, while they celebrate their high school milestone
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Red Bluff resident DeeDee LaChance has a heart for troubled youths and children in the foster care system. In order to help counsel them, she attended Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies, ASPIRE program, to earn her B.A. in psychology.
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The owner of a Redding tow truck business has been arrested after police say he tried to elude them when he saw them search his home today.
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With the prison realignment and Redding's much-discussed homelessness, we need more programs that teach job and life skills to those on the margins. Instead, financial problems are forcing Restoration Enterprises to shut down.
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Why is anyone worried that extending legal protection to vulnerable transgender minors spells the doom of civilization?
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Look at the state of our local politics around the region? Do you really have the impression we could run our own state?
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Forget the TV hosts and movie makers. Listen to what the economists have to say about inequality in America. It's stark.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Rogue Fights is hosting "Fight Night" event at Win-River Casino on Saturday.
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Tehama County has identified two sites for a new library.
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Clair Hill founded a business that has grown into a company with a worldwide footprint and championed the water development of the North State -- yet he's missing from the otherwise great "Shasta County Through Our Eyes."
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Talks of Northern California breaking away to form its own state come to Shasta County on Saturday.
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Ann Corrin has been pastor at Pilgrim Congregational Church for the past five years, but it was only recently she and other members of the church discovered a creek flowing through the church property.
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A Shasta County jury began deliberations today in the trial of a Redding man charged with vehicular manslaughter in the 2012 death of a Cottonwood firefighter.
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Shasta College athletic director Gary Houser is set to retire at the end of the school year, after 15 years at his post.
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Everyone's talking about the California drought, but this old post from UC Davis' California Water Blog offers some perspective on what a real drought would mean. In the past 1,200 years, California had two droughts lasting 120-200 years....
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A Redding Police sergeant has bowed out of the Shasta County Sheriff's race, leaving the current incumbent the only candidate.
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A Shasta County jury began deliberations today in the trial of a Redding man charged with vehicular manslaughter in the 2012 death of a Cottonwood firefighter.
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Sent me this via e-mail today: "Over two years ago I began the journey of running for Shasta County Sheriff. I made this decision after much prayer and discussion with my family and trusted friends. It was not a light-hearted...
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Sheriff's deputies have been called to a Happy Valley area house after it was reported a 70-year-old man was trying to break into a house so he could stab his grandson.
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A barn in Cottonwood is engulfed in flames, firefighters on scene were reporting this afternoon.
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"If you're a pre-med student, you're an engineering student, and you take out $40,000 or $60,000 of loans, I have no problem with that. But if you're going to be a French major, you're going to study social welfare, and...
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The R-S' Jim Schultz wrote back in November about the quest of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund volunteer Janna Hoehn to acquire a photograph of every U.S. service member who died in the Vietnam War --- all 58,286 on "The Wall"...
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Strip clubs have been striving to clean up their image. The uproar over a 13-year-old dancer won’t help with that.
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Mercy Medical Center in Redding is offering a free seminar on the Affordable Care Act Thursday evening.
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Comedian Jimmy Kimmel ran this faux commercial on his late-night show this week. It features an aging Baby Boomer couple sitting on a couch in a comfortable-looking living room: (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) ALEX: Hi. I'm Alex, and this is my...
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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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A young friend of mine has been through two bouts of cancer. One day she revealed how discouraging it is that even smart, educated people are continually warning her off one food or drink or another, or telling her what she should be doing differently to stave off another bout with cancer. She revealed this [...]
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Expect another sunny day with a high near 80. A north-northeast wind will also rip through Redding at about 9 mph. A warmer night at about 49 degrees is expected. Thursday will be about 78, while Friday will dip to 75 and the weekend will hover at about 70.
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Foothill High's boys basketball team hosts Oroville in a nonleague game for its home opener.
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Central Valley High boys basketball hosts Red Bluff in a nonleague matchup in Shasta Lake.
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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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Officials said a house in west Redding suffered major damage in a fire that broke out Tuesday night.
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New Year's advice about de-cluttering, such as given this week by designer Shelly Shivley, also applies to the kitchen. By the year's end, my freezers (one in the garage, one attached to my refrigerator) are packed with food items I just know I will need for cooking. I have copious bread products in particular, saved [...]
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On Tuesday, January 14, 2014, at approximately 0358 hours, deputies responded to Hill Street in Anderson for a reported home invasion robbery. The victims told the deputies that three suspects; two black males and a white male, had entered their residence and stole a television, a set of speakers, a set of house keys, and a
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Red Bluff Police say officers today caught a man suspected of trying to pass off a stolen check as his own at a bank.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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In 1914: Storms during the previous three days blanketed Siskiyou County with 2 1/2 feet of snow.
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Four Redding residents believed to have committed a home invasion robbery in Anderson that may be linked to illegal drug sales helped to close down a Redding neighborhood for hours this morning.
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Charles Krauthammer repeats the same old rhetoric on Israeli exceptionalism with never a mention of the illegal settlement colonialism on Palestinian lands, and segregation in Occupied Palestine.
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Frustration with trains blocking traffic in Redding goes back more than a century. Hats off to the city for trying to find a constructive solution.
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"Time of use" rates for PG&E electric customers would strain the budgets of residents of hot inland areas in the name of efficiency.
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In our current world of cost-benefit analysis, the Sugar Pine Conservation Camp truly represents a win-win situation for all concerned.
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Gov. Christie's nearly two-hour-long news conference last week showed again that he is in a class by himself when it comes to Republicans who can express themselves in the heat of political battle.
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This winter's dry, unseasonably warm weather has North State cattle ranchers and feed suppliers concerned.
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Shasta County Public Health officials say a local man has died from the flu.
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"Dyslexia for a Day" on Jan. 25 in Redding aims to improve understanding of and provide strategies for dealing with the common reading disability.
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After 15 years of community service, Redding-based nonprofit Restoration Enterprises Inc. is closing.
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Sheri Silk will be trading her role as general manager of Redding Civic Auditorium to become event coordinator for a fast-growing Christian youth ministry that plans to settle east of Sacramento.
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Dunsmuir's city council will resume discussion of stripping the mayor of his duties and changing things with certain other city officials at a meeting Thursday.
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E-mail Redding City Manager Kurt Starman sent out today: Subject: Update on The McConnell Foundation / Turtle Bay Exploration Park / Sheraton Hotel Honorable Mayor and Council Members: This e-mail pertains to The McConnell Foundation and its desire to acquire...
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The San Jose Mercury's Paul Rogers explains here. Excerpt: "...meteorologists have fixed their attention on the scientific phenomenon they say is to blame for the emerging drought: a vast zone of high pressure in the atmosphere off the West Coast,...
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Did you know that the planet's second-largest country hasn't had a case of polio since 2011? Well, now you do. Despite a healthcare system beset by severe problems, India has ushered in the new year with an achievement to be...
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With many new items and lower prices for food and drinks. That's the word today from Pamela Fazio, VP of operations at Joe Wong's J&A Foodservice. Menu revamp took two months, the result of "a lot of surveys" of customers....
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The California Highway Patrol says no one was hurt after a car struck the back of a truck belonging to the California Department of Transportation this afternoon.
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After 15 years of community service, Redding-based nonprofit Restoration Enterprises Inc. is closing.
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I was a bit surprised to read how Sheriff Dave Hencratt of Tehama County had so little interest in even considering the idea of sending local inmates to fire camps under the new financial scheme the state is proposing, instead...
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A Shasta County resident has died from the flu, county Public Health officials confirmed today.
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Authorities today announced the arrest of four men and a woman featured in “Shasta’s Most Wanted” program.
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Not all who wander are lost, or so the saying goes. For those Redding folks who’d like to see more of fabulous Siskiyou County, there is a group of hikers. And they have a website: Our unseasonably dry Winter makes for some tough sledding as of now. But it’s grea
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Yesterday we wrote that it can be hard to find good camera angles to shoot foreclosed homes. We have discovered however, that it’s much easier to get a good shot if you remove your hand from the front of the lens. Well, here’s a government owned foreclosure up in the hills east of Redding. Represe
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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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Authorities have identified four suspects in a home-invasion robbery tied to drug sales this morning and one suspect, who caused a standoff in Redding, is still sought.
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Come on down to the Cottonwood Community Center on Saturday, January 18th, for the 2nd Annual Cottonwood Art Wine and Music Festival.  We'll be serving up local tunes, along with several of our
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Growing  into my teen age years with cerebral palsy was hard. I was stuck in a damn wheelchair, and I couldn’t have conversations like everybody else because I was so hard for most people to understand. My family could understand me, and they always knew what I wanted. But I always wished that I could [...]
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A 34-year-old featured in Sunday's lineup of Shasta's Most Wanted surrendered Monday at the Shasta County Jail.
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A strong high pressure system is expected to continue the dry and unseasonably mild weather through the week.
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The Northern Section Basketball Media Poll unveils its latest rendition Tuesday at midnight.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Redding police are looking for leads in the weekend theft of three laptops from Walmart by a trio — including a woman in a wheelchair who carried bolt cutters under a blanket.
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A gas leak at a Redding mobile home park has forced the evacuation of 50 homes in north Redding.
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A preview of the high school and college games of the week to come in Redding and the surrounding areas.
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The governor is offering a windfall to schools, but a shortfall in the teachers' pension fund could absorb nearly every penny.
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The drought is a statewide disaster, and like previous disasters will force big changes in the law.
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Cal Fire saved our beautiful forest, but who will save our old trees from Sierra Pacific Industries?
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How can 92 million Americans be out of work and the unemployment rate be only 6.7 percent? Lies.
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RED BLUFF — It’s been almost a year since the body of 14-year-old Marysa Nichols was found in a creek bed near Red Bluff High School.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Nearly 200 computers to transfer to schools, other departments
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In 1914: A fire threatened the government fishery at Baird, but the facility was saved by the use of a shotgun to cut the wires. A short circuit of power wires started two fires at Baird. Residents fought the fire but the town was left in darkness except for oil lamps.
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There’s no shortage of victims and witnesses in the criminal case of a former firefighter accused of starting September’s deadly Clover Fire and six other blazes.
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Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget offers a deep discount in an effort to entice county jails to send inmates to fire camps, but north state sheriffs aren’t sold on the idea.
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After getting a late start due to the drought, more than half a million young Chinook salmon are finally on their way to the ocean this week after being released from Coleman National Fish Hatchery in Anderson.
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North State food stamp recipients saw their benefits cut in November when a temporary boost to the program sunset.
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Whatever happens in the quest for flight service to Los Angeles, Redding will have a revamped airport this spring.
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North State DISH Network subscribers won't be blacked out of Sunday's NFC Championship showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks.
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Apparently, the Mob is alive and well in New Jersey. Now maybe the people affected will vote the "correct" way in the future — or suffer the consequences.
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Nowhere does the Hippocratic Oath say, "If they have the correct insurance and pay now."
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A Mountain Gate man accused of hacking two people to death with a wood-splitting maul during a blood-soaked rampage in 2012 will begin standing trial next week.
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It won't provide any short-term relief from the ever-increasing pension costs that are squeezing local services, but here's a rare bit of good news from CalPERS: It posted returns of 16.2 percent -- more than double its long-term projection --...
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Crews quickly contained an escaped controlled burn this afternoon in Jones Valley northeast of Redding.
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Good question, about which there are many answers. Two Saturdays from now, a distinguished panel including our very pro-2nd Amendment sheriff, a California representative of the Brady Campaign, Redding's own gun-shop-owning City Councilman Patrick Jones and Donnell Ewert of Shasta...
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Red Bluff police are warning residents about phony parking violation notices left on cars as if they are coming from the police department.
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A 20-year-old Weaverville man died Friday from numerous injuries he sustained in a logging accident, the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office reported today.
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It’s been almost a year since the body of 14-year-old Marysa Nichols was found in a creek bed near Red Bluff High School.
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As North State San Francisco 49ers fans breathe a sigh of relief with the agreement between DISH Network and Bonten Media Group, weather fans who subscribe to DirecTV could also soon be blacked out. Over
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The feud between DISH Network and Bonten Media Group, which owns KRCR Channel 7, has been settled.
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In an editorial back in December about the North State's declining share of California's tourism market, we offered the passing thought that local resistance to creating new recreation areas or national monuments from our region's public lands might be partly...
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Here we are, January, 2014. While packing away all the Christmas decorations, and hauling the tree to the curb, I noticed the neighborhood trash bins stuffed beyond overflowing with crushed boxes and colorful - mostly red and green - wrapping paper and ribbons. Farewell, 2013. I’ve been on a mission, increasing each year,
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Interesting marketing photo. A tree, a garage door, a small truck. Some garbage cans. We can sympathize. Years ago, when we used to list properties for the government and banks, we also often found it a challenge to shoot really attractive images of some foreclosure properties. Sometimes there just is
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Any hint of winter weather Redding saw over the weekend will be long gone starting today. National Weather Service forecasters predict a high of 73 degrees for the city under sunny skies, and a low tonight of 39 degrees. That warm weather will continue for the rest of the week, with highs at a balmy 75 degrees Tuesday and W
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LIVINGSTON — A California chicken farm that reopened over the weekend after it was shut because of a cockroach infestation says it's "voluntarily and temporarily" suspending operations again.
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1914: Talking pictures are a hit at the Dreamland Theater. The Dreamland press agent says: “The Edison talking pictures were so successfully real and true to life last night that our friends R. O. McGougan and Paul Davis were waiting to ask the chorus girls out for supper after the show.”
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Redding police say a 37-year-old man was driving under the influence when he crashed his pickup into a city utility box Saturday night near Churn Creek and Old Alturas roads.
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After "spirited" conversations with farmers, especially those in the nursery business, according to former Searchlight colleague Tim Hearden in his dispatch to the Capital Press web site here. Excerpt: "Certainly we've had some very spirited conversations about how tough it...
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One of the most treacherous open-water swims on the planet? For Hunter Wright, it was an irresistable goal.
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A new book reveals the details of the burglars who broke into an FBI office and broke open the secret of COINTELPRO. Do we still have too many secrets?
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The Trinity County Board of Supervisors went to court to block an initiative the people should have had the right to vote on -- and now the critics are the litigious "fringe group"?
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Three Shasta High School wrestlers returned from a tournament on Saturday with three gold medals.
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Some schools are taking a fresh approach with pizza, parfaits, spaghetti, soups and more made from scratch rather than pulled from packages.
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The Habit Burger Grill
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Cicada Cantina
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From the Hearth Cafe
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Jersey Mike's
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Redding police say a 37-year-old man was driving under the influence when he crashed his pickup into a city utility box Saturday night near Churn Creek and Old Alturas roads.
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Example of the peaceful use of the technology, via YouTube. Details here....
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The Shasta Historical Society will screen a film about the steam-powered Phillips Bros. mill in Oak Run at Old City Hall in Redding on Saturday (Jan. 18) at 1:30 p.m. Here's a piece on the working mill from the Record...
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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal from the nation’s television broadcasters and decide whether to shut down a new streaming service that sends shows to consumers via the Internet for a monthly fee.
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The Obama administration is nearing a decision on allowing seismic testing off the Atlantic Coast, a critical step in opening waters off Virginia, the Carolinas and elsewhere to oil drilling.
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Signing up for health insurance on the new state and federal exchanges was supposed to be the easy part of the Affordable Care Act. But the really dicey part, according to many health policy experts, is just beginning.
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Redding will quickly dry off from the very light rain Saturday as sun is expected for the oncoming week.
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In 1914: The officers and directors of the Latona Telephone Co. decided on a complete reconstruction of the system of the Latona telephone company, an independent line covering the farming district west of Anderson.
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Redding firefighters put out a truck fire tonight at Burton Court and Lancers Lane.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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In 1914: Hydraulic mining was in full swing in Siskiyou and Trinity counties. Three giant monitors were in operation and several more would be placed in action within the next few days. The property was illuminated with electricity at night, and the giants were in constant commission.
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The West Valley girls basketball team won its New Year’s Hoops Tournament on Saturday with a 59-50 victory over Red Bluff.
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A group of medical marijuana advocates contend proposed changes being considered to Shasta County’s marijuana grow laws would violate patients’ civil rights, and they’re hoping to raise enough money to challenge it in court.
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Tomorrow's jobs -- the good ones anyway -- will go to the children learning science and math today. That makes the launch of the North State STEM initiative an especially encouraging milestone.
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The California Air Resources Board responded to a city letter saying the city just had the law badly wrong -- the credibility-sapping result of a half-baked council strategy. Are the councilors serious or just pandering?
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LKQ is a giant in the auto dismantling world, and it does big business in Redding.
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Trapping myself on an 18-hour train ride to Los Angeles, I discovered a world akin to life, a journey that took me through valleys where I didn't really want to go yet ended up glad I went. It makes me less of a fan of high speed.
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Water policy in California has always been about making and resisting change -- yet some changes are simply inevitable.
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Access newspapers digitally, keep track of your reading and find new books or genres to read through the library's website.
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Allison Kingsley's latest lightly leads readers on a satisfying mystery.
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Picton Island brings rain and a lovely landscape -- and some very curvy roads.
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Glimpse a bygone world in a model trail setup at the Shasta Historical Society.
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Daughter rouses herself from warm bed to give mom a time to shop and bond.
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Dear Straight Talk: This year, I want to lose weight. My weight affects my energy, my lack of a boyfriend, and how I feel about myself. I think my mom is scared I’ll become anorexic if she says anything other than, “You are beautiful just the way you are.” Not that I want her putting me down, but I do want to lose wei
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Michelle Anderson and Jefferson Evans, both of Chico, are engaged to be married on June 14, 2014, at the Skylake Gardens in Durham. The bride is the daughter of Janelle Anderson of Redding. She graduated from Central Valley High School in 2008, and earned an associate's degree in veterinary technology at Shasta College. She
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Concentrate on quality of life to put your mind at ease.
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Hormones, genetics, stress and vitamin deficiencies can cause hair loss in women. Tests can find out what's really going on and some treatments are available.
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Local agents to hold an enrollment blitz before final deadline of March 31.
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After April 8, Microsoft will no longer support 13-year-old operating system, so it's best to upgrade to at least Windows 7.
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Tanya Vincent brings licensed appraisals and extended antiques education to her business, Antique Dragon in Redding.
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Also, get ready for baseball and softball season with leagues and camps.
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Also, reader asks why Californians can't hunt during deer rut.
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I've been a Dish customer for 15 years, so why am I relegated to listening to my 49ers on the radio?
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ANDERSON — Whoever was peddling fake tickets for the Anderson Rotary Club’s Crab Feed on Saturday night may have gotten them circuitously from the club.
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Should've posted these pics earlier, to go with today's column (here's the link), but here are three favorite things to eat and drink in Mexico City: Street tacos in the Alameda neighborhood, a tequila y sangrita at the Bar La...
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Law enforcement officers are looking for two people who took merchandise from the Walmart in Anderson before fleeing in a black Honda Civic this afternoon.
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The Campbell Fire remains at 90 percent containment, but firefighters expect the light rain to help finish off the blaze's spread today.
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A handful of critics of Redding Electric Utility like to point out that, for the power-thriftiest households, REU -- notwithstanding the city's claims of low rates -- is in fact more expensive than PG&E, thanks to REU's flat rates and...
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You’ve heard the phrase “everything but the kitchen sink.” Well, here you go. Here’s a government owned foreclosure home that appears to be inside Redding city limits. Representing the interests of the government in this sale is foreclosure listing agent Vicki Cook of Banner Realty. She writes
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With warm temperatures and little rain so far this winter, it will be interesting to see how the spring plants respond. In a "normal year" the first of the wild trilliums are up by late January....I will go looking for them - they are among my favorites. While I might rightfully be described as a [...]
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MARTINEZ, Calif. (AP) — A transgender teenager who was charged with battery after she got into a fight with three other girls at her Northern California high school is receiving encouragement from supporters who want prosecutors to drop the misdemeanor charge.
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A parched north state will get its thirst slaked - slightly. Up to .35 inches may fall today, according to the National Weather Service, as temperatures hover around 53. Most of the rain will fall before 4 p.m. There's a 50 percent chance of showers continuing until about 10 p.m. Nighttime temperatures will stay around 38.
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Rivals clash as Redding Christian host Liberty Christian in the Lions' Five-Star League opener.
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Host West Valley High girls basketball battles Shasta in a New Year's Hoops tourney semifinal at 7 p.m. in Cottonwood.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Emergency personnel say a woman in her 50s was found bleeding next to her bicycle in the roadway this evening.
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A parched north state will get its thirst slaked - slightly. Up to .35 inches may fall today, according to the National Weather Service, as temperatures hover around 54. Most of the rain will fall before 4 p.m. There's a 50 percent chance of showers continuing until about 10 p.m. Nighttime temperatures will stay around 38.
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The state is proposing a financial overhaul that could make the inmate fire camps work for the state and local sheriff's alike. The public's safety depends on success.
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I ignored all the well-meaning advice about traveling to Mexico City, and I'm sure glad I did.
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Who did you poll to get such a lopsided vote against paying an extra dollar to fight crime? Why's there even a discussion?
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I'm not a voter any more. The Supreme Court showed my vote doesn't matter anyway.
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Three solemn defendants accused of attempted murder and other crimes for attacking a pregnant Redding teenager in 2012 to try to abort her unborn baby took plea bargains today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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The improvements to Keswick's water system are welcome, but the town should keep its old water tank along with the new to beef up fire flows.
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LKQ in Redding worked with several other businesses and the Make-A-Wish Foundation to grant 17-year-old Seth Fairchild his wish today.
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The best entertainment in town is on Tuesday nights in the City Council Chambers.
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Fascism, the convergence of government and corporations, is ongoing. Witness Amazon buying the Washington Post as it signs multimillion-dollar deals with the CIA.
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Bob Scott shares an image of his rows of winter vegetables.
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Asparagus is a long-term commitment in your garden.
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Learn floral design in four-week course at Caldwell Recreation Center.
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"Unquenchable" shows how more pressures are put on world's water supply as what's available becomes more polluted.
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Zane Wallace Peterson, the former firefighter accused of starting the deadly Clover Fire in September and six other blazes, was caught through the use of surveillance cameras and tracking devices placed on his pickup and car weeks after the blaze, court documents unsealed today at the request of the Record Searchlight revea
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A family -- one member with minor burns -- escaped from a burning house in southeast Redding, today, but their Labrador and nine puppies were killed.
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Got a blue ticket for Saturday’s Anderson Rotary Club’s crab feed?
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The new white signs with green letters at the Churn Creek trailhead off Tidmore Lane in the city’s east side are small.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column breaks down Redding college sports and more.
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Diane and Lou Gerard Jr. have a commitment to education. They've served on school boards in Shasta County for decades and contributed in many other ways to the community.
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I really do like this new ad touting Redding's trail system: But I can't stop thinking about the tagline (also used here) -- "What an unexpected pleasure." Even when we're touting our 200 miles of trails, do we have to...
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Three people admitted Friday to attacking a pregnant woman in an attempt to kill her unborn child.
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Two people escaped -- one of them with minor burns -- from a burning house in southeast Redding just before noon today.
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According to the latest tally at Yelp.com (here's the link): 1. Greek Shack 2. Jack's Grill 3. Savory Spoon 4. Zippy's Korean Barbecue 5. Nello's Place...
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January is National Stalking Awareness Month, a time to focus on a crime that affects 6.6 million victims each year. The theme—“Stalking: Know It. Name It. Stop It.”—challenges the nation to fight this dangerous crime by learning more about it. Stalking is a crime in all 50 states, the U.S. Territories and the Distr
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Western states exhibitors will fill the Mt. Shasta Mall from Macy's to Sears to Penneys with antiques and collectibles for this popular annual event. Major exhibits will include an outstanding selection of: glass, china, porcelains and pottery; silver and silver plate; American and European furniture and furnishin
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I met Gary via Match.com. This was largely due to supermatt41 who pushed me to sign up, and also took a rather cute photo of me to post. I worked on my profile
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Rare in this price range, a 4 bedroom home. And not far from Bethel. “Cute REO property on large city lot with mountain views from backyard. Home is in need of updating and some work but will make a great investment!” So writes foreclosure listi
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Target says that personal information — including phone numbers and email and mailing addresses — was stolen from as many as 70 million customers in its pre-Christmas data breach. That was substantially more customers than Target had previously said were affected.
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Redding firefighters are at a home on State Street near Redding City Hall this morning after a report of a chimney fire.
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Redding fire crews this morning were called to a home on State Street near Redding City Hall for a report of a chimney fire.
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It is tough being a human and one of the hardest tasks we face is making our relationships work.  From the moment we are born, we try to figure out how to relate to others.  It is the reason most of us exist and carry on and it is the reason some of us want [...]
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Redding will get another mild day in the sun, though Saturday could drop more water on the area after a brief misting earlier this week.
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In 1914: J.R. Spann took over the Aloha-Shasta holdings in Anderson. He controlled 500 acres of farmland as well as a great deal of alfalfa and grain lands.
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West Valley girls basketball hosts Lassen in the primetime game for the annual New Years Hoops Tournament.
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Enterprise High girls basketball dismantled Oroville at home Thursday night, 64-38, behind Rachel Martin’s game-high 23 points — 17 of which came in the first half.
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Simpson University men's basketball plays its home California Pacific Conference opener against Menlo College at 7 p.m.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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...but I'm going to (eventually) miss those incandescent light bulbs. Here's Reason.com's video take on the federal ban on the manufacture of new incandescents, which takes effect this year. I say "eventually" because I have quite a stockpile of 100...
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The California Air Resources Board has denied Redding Councilor Gary Cadd’s request for a meeting in connection to the state’s new diesel emission standards.
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It's the not the biggest-ticket item in the governor's budget, but a plan to beef up enforcement of environmental laws that too many marijuana growers cavalierly disregard is welcome for the North State.
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For decades, the American Studies Association has labored in well-deserved obscurity. No longer. It's now made a name for itself by voting to boycott Israeli universities, accusing them of denying academic and human rights to Palestinians.
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I wish city leaders pushing the new Cosco could understand firsthand how insane the idea is that the Oasis overpass could handle the increased traffic that will immediately impact and choke this interchange.
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To serve on a jury in this state, you must be a legal citizen. Yet the attorneys in that courtroom can be illegal aliens. So that means they cannot serve on a jury. You see why I am having a problem with this.
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Legal hangings, lynchings were part of justice in 19th century Shasta County.
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Get out and take a hike along the Shasta Divide or catch a comedy at Riverfront Playhouse.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Government could be much more efficient. Why isn't it then? Because the intimidating complexity makes ordinary people like us believe the huge cost of insurance, lawyers, judges, government bureaucracies, etc., is a necessary evil.
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As a North State Republican, I feel it is my responsibility to shout loud and clear that Doug LaMalfa does not represent the best interest of the 1st Congressional District.
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Learn about the Phillips family and their longtime mill operation at Shasta Historical Society meeting Jan. 18.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A Redding man, 74, credits an exercise program for senior citizens for his dramatic weight loss and new healthy lifestyle in the last year.
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Shasta’s Local Agency Formation Commission has found middle ground in a year-long dispute with a special services district in eastern Shasta County.
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Does electricity affect acidity? Farrah Kirkby, an eighth-grader at Sequoia Middle School in Redding, decided to find out. She created an experiment with two plastic cups, two wooden pencils, water, a 9-volt-battery and magnesium sulfate powder and discovered that, yes, in fact, it does.
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Shasta County planners today unanimously voted to forward a recommendation calling for stricter marijuana grow regulations to the Board of Supervisors for consideration and possible action.
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The double-barreled rhetorical blast from Trinity County's supervisors the other day was a strange phenomenon to see, as is one of the underlying disputes -- the lawsuit filed to block a pair of initiatives (which would create "a libertarian utopia"...
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On December 14, 2013 at approximately 7:00 pm an unknown male subject telephoned Tropical Tan located at 2167 Hilltop Drive and inquired about tanning hours and prices. Within minutes of the telephone call, the subject entered the business and purchased a tanning session. After several minutes the suspect called out to a fe
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Redding Police said today that they arrested a San Mateo man suspected of exposing himself at a tanning salon in December.
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... you'd end up with Redding, of course. Nice ad from VisitRedding.com....
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Redding Police say two of Shasta's Most Wanted have been nabbed.
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Never been a fan of the congressional franking privilege, which allows incumbents to mail voters largely self-serving and mostly content-free propaganda at taxpayer expense. In my mailbox today is a fancy four-color tri-fold brochure that most voters will toss into...
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Walked past Leadership Redding's Eaton Memorial Clock on Yuba Street around 1:15 this afternoon. One side of the James Theimer-designed memorial said 3:20, the other 8:30. Assistant City Manager Greg Clark told me a couple of months ago, in response...
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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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The Board of Supervisors met briefly on this first Tuesday of the new year.  The first order of business was to elect officers for 2014.  Supervisor Les Baugh was elected Chairman and Supervisor Leonard Moty elected Vice Chairman, both unanimously.  Supervisor Baugh was elected to the Board in 2006.
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Trying to conquer your 2014 to do list?  If you’re a smoker, make this the time to quit, and get ahead of the game for 2014 with a healthier you.  Mercy is offering a nine session Quit for Good Class in January. You may already know that smoking causes lung cancer, emphysema, heart disease and [...]
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Huh. This home seems like one we’ve seen before. Maybe 2 months, 23 days, 6 hours, 34 minutes ago ago. We can get you additional photos if you need them. Perhaps even some images from  2 months, 23 days, 6 hours, 34 minutes ago, when it had a brokerage sign up, but wasn’t yet listed.
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You won't find Apple, Facebook or Microsoft exhibiting at CES -- at least not officially -- but Pizza Hut, Ford and Schwinn are here.
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California Public Health officials are warning consumers today not to use certain imported skin-lightening creams after samples of some brands tested positive for mercury.
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Pacific Gas & Electric Co. is warning consumers about an email scam that is targeting people across the country.
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Bloomberg reports here. Excerpt: They've got high hopes. Bruce Perlowin, the chief executive officer of Hemp Inc. (HEMP) who has seen his stock soar 205 percent to 8 cents in the last three days, says investors are suddenly bidding up...
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Tehama County deputies say they've arrested a man with a criminal past after they found him burglarizing a home early Wednesday morning.
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At Old City Hall, according to this 30-sec YouTube post by Debra Lucero....
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“Vacation: A period of time devoted to pleasure, rest, or relaxation.” Freedictionary.com Travel Journal Entry – Monday, January 6th Sensible people use winter break to escape their homes and visit a balmy tropical paradise. Not us. Presently, we’re stuck in North Eastern Illinois. The Department of Transportation h
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Redding soaked up a bit of moisture overnight that may carry into the morning today.
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Love the photos! Just $4M. This from the WSJ feature on the house. Click to visit the WSJ article
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John Beck is a longtime Bay Area journalist. A staff writer at the Press Democrat in Santa Rosa for 12 years, Beck now freelances and produces promotional videos for clients in the Bay Area. His film work is really just an extension of journalism. “Every once in awhile, I find a story that would be better told on film tha
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Cozy sofas and arm chairs, friendly staff, super clean and convenient if you’re heading out Lassen way, but don’t let the clever name deceive you — Higher Ground Coffee, on Highway 44 about six miles west of “downtown” Shingletown, also serves a tasty breakfast and a lunch menu that includes delicious salads and f
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John McCutcheon is a folk singer in the truest sense of the word, as evident with his latest recording, “22 Days.”
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It will be a busy month of wine tasting at Holiday Quality Foods at both north state locations. In Redding, at 3315 Placer Road, tastings are scheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. today (Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay and Indian Peak Vineyards Abstract Red); Jan. 16 (Matchbook Wine’s Tempranillo and Tinto Rey and Daka
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In 1914: A.R. Myers of Redding, the contractor building I.O. Jillson’s residence at the Gladstone Mine, slipped off the roof of the building and fell about 30 feet into a creek. Myers was in a serious condition in the hospital at the mine.
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Shasta College men's basketball opens Golden Valley Conference play vs. College of the Siskiyous at 7:30 p.m.
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Shasta College women's basketball opens Golden Valley Conference play vs. College of the Siskiyous at 5:30 p.m.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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West Valley High girls basketball hosts its annual New Year's Hoops Tournament Thursday through Saturday.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The number of Shasta County homeowners severely underwater on their mortgage dropped significantly in December, RealtyTrac reported Wednesday night.
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The California Highway Patrol says one person died in a crash near Ingot this evening.
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An 81-year-old Bella Vista man died late Wednesday after his car slid of Highway 299 near Ingot and struck a large oak tree, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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As Missy McArthur pointed out, Ronald Reagan faced down the Soviet menace with a smile. Redding, however, has a dug-in anger caucus.
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The decriminalization of marijuana will shake up politics and rob the culture warriors of a rallying cry. But what will motivate our next moral crusade?
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How do we attract more visitors? Enhance Redding's Sacramento River waterfront, rebrand the region's tourism marketing, and work with federal land-management agencies to promote their attractions.
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After nearly 16 years in business, the Office Depot on Dana Drive in Redding is closing.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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For the third consecutive month, Shasta County planners will revisit a proposal to tighten medical marijuana growing regulations at their meeting Thursday afternoon.
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Redding building officials today were no closer to determining whether they need to ask Aramark to cut down the noise at its facility in the Garden Tract neighborhood.
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When Hunter Wright jumped into San Francisco Bay for the first time two years ago, he never thought it would lead to world-wide notoriety.
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The Chicken Shack will open inside the former La Palomar Mexican Dining location on Churn Creek Road.
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Anderson Union High School District going global? The district got a $50,000 state grant this week that could lead to $200,000 or more for programs at Valley High School with a global business emphasis.
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A 55-year-old man suffered major injuries after crashing his dirt bike near Airport Road, paramedics said.
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Shasta County Secret Witness is offering up to a $2,000 reward to people who have information leading to the arrest of suspects from two recent crimes.
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Firefighters say they've brought the 772-acre Campbell Fire, burning in southeastern Tehama County, to 80 percent containment today.
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That's the word from the group pushing a referendum drive against AB 1266, Privacy for All Students. It gathered signatures last year, but the count is proving a nail-biter. From an email announcing the latest turn of events: Sacramento, CA...
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The Bee reports here state water officials are considering drafting an emergency drought declaration for Gov. Brown. Said a spokesperson: "We will likely, given the circumstances, make a recommendation for a drought declaration," Foley said. "The snow survey last Friday...
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In introducing the topic of improved decorum on the Redding City Council, Missy McArthur admitted she set the bar pretty high when she challenged fellow council members to be more like President Ronald Reagan. “I wish we could become great communicators up here,” McArthur said, after recounting a recent visit to the Ron
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Office Depot will close its store on Dana Drive, a company spokeswoman said this morning. The 26,000-square-foot store at 1405 Dana Drive, just west of the Walmart Supercenter, opened in December 1998. Office Depot also operates a location on East Cypress Avenue in Redding.
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At least, if you moved to Redding any time after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait back in 1990, you've never seen less water flowing down the Sacramento River through the city. I've only lived here since 1997, but it was sure...
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A man charged in the beating death of a priest in the Northern California city of Eureka tried to blow up a rectory by turning on the gas from a stove and leaving behind a lit cigar, police said in court documents obtained Wednesday
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List of support groups in the North State.
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It’s time for our early peek at the monthly numbers home sales in the Shasta and greater Redding area. As is typical, things slowed down in December. Inventory dips over the holidays, pretty much every year. Local h
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That would be Chico's Lance Alldrin, a high school counselor in Corning, who spends his summers fishing for salmon in Alaska. Here's a link to a story in the Chico paper on his latest summer and the filming of the...
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Cinder Cone 2013. Best viewed in full-screen mode....
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No, not the Redding City Council. Congress, according to former Defense Secretary (under Bush and Obama) Robert Gates. From an essay in the Wall Street Journal: "I was more or less continuously outraged by the parochial self-interest of all but...
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All parents know the unique feeling of helplessness that comes from watching your children lying sick in bed, aware that you have no way to ease their discomfort. In those moments, nothing mattered more to me than ensuring my sons received whatever care they needed. There’s a reason medical issues have historically been t
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Rain will hold off until later today, if Redding sees any precipitation at all. Forecasters are calling for a 10 percent chance of rain after 5 p.m., increasing to a 30 percent chance between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Thursday. More rain could fall Thursday morning before 11 a.m., though forecasters say there's only a 20 percent c
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Oh, how I want to like Brussels sprouts, for so many reasons. For one thing, they're one of the most nutritious foods we can eat.  And, for another reason - perhaps not as importantly -  they're a darn cute food, resembling Tom Thumb's baby cabbages. I adore cute food. I mention Brussels sprouts because this [...]
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In 1914: The people of Trinity County petitioned Rep. John Raker, asking that Congress set aside a national reserve in the coast range mountains affecting 99 square miles for the welfare of the fish and game in that section.
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Enterprise High boys basketball hosts Liberty in a Northern Section, east Redding showdown.
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Red Bluff High boys basketball hosts Tehama County-rval Corning at 7:30 p.m.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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These days, the rift on the Redding City Council runs so deep, councilors cannot even talk about decorum.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Like the photo says, this is a bird's eye view of Delamar looking to the west. The Bully Hill smelter is located in the center. All that's left of anything in this photo are the piles of bricks and slag...
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The battle for east Redding is on.
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Smokejumpers are on duty in Redding. On Jan. 7. Keeping a load of 10 #smokejumpers on & avail Redding for Initial Attack due to continued dry conditions & elevated #NorCal fire danger— USFS Fire-California (@R5_Fire_News) January 8, 2014...
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Overtaxed, tired of liberal politics, ready to break free. Those aren't State of Jefferson boosters, but public employee union members.
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If there is ever a contest for the biggest lie in politics, the notion that conservatives ever promoted "trickle-down economics" should be a top contender.
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The defense budget didn't cause our deficits and it shouldn't carry the brunt of the solution, especially the one weapon system that has consistently answered the call regardless of the demands we have asked of them — those who serve and have served.
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What you get when you put a Chicago community organizer in charge of America and the free world.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly "North State Notes" column dissects high school sports from the Northern Section.
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A Redding sandwich shop gearing up to open a new location is looking to fill about 20 positions in the coming weeks.
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The former owner of a recreational vehicle business accused of bilking customers out of about $300,000 saw her sentencing postponed today in Shasta County Superior Court, but not before a few of her ex-customers gave her an earful.
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Can't make it to a crab feed? Try these recipes to get your fix.
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Will we see a medical warning label on legal amounts of marijuana sold in Colorado? Whatever.
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Three Dunsmuir City Council members are facing possible Brown Act violations after they organized a last-minute meeting to oust the city's mayor and other officials.
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Fire officials say a blaze this morning caused $400,000 in damage to a home just northwest of Redding and also burned one of its occupants.
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The close-knit family of a 93-year-old Redding woman with a history of heart problems said they were aghast when she was called as a witness in her 46-year-old granddaughter’s criminal case today.
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Previewing the Shasta College men's and women's basketball teams as they head into Golden Valley Conference play Wednesday. Shasta hosts College of the Siskiyous to begin GVC competition.
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A local homeless man's death last week has triggered the ongoing debate on homelessness in Redding.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Redding Police say another one of Shasta's Most Wanted was caught today.
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From the 24 Hour Patriots comes this invitation: The strange thing is that global climate modification, albeit inadvertent, really is happening all over the world, but some of the avid believers in this stuff casually dismiss CO2-driven global warming as...
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A body found inside a burning pickup in November in Millville has been identified, the Shasta County Sheriff's Office announced today.
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I'm sure there are as many answers to that question as there are residents of the North State, but one very well-informed resident -- and impassioned critic of the state's plan to replumb the Delta -- is Mount Shasta's Tom...
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Tehama County Sheriff's deputies say they're seeking thieves who stole 300 gallons of diesel fuel from vehicles owned by Tri County Pumping near Red Bluff.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified a woman found dead at the Americana Motel in downtown Redding Monday.
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A vegetation fire has burned several acres in Bella Vista this afternoon.
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Firefighters say two blazes broke out in Happy Valley this afternoon.
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Is legalized marijuana another nail in the coffin of the once-great USA? Nixon-era scold Pat Buchanan thinks so. Read his argument here. Enough red meat for a week....
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Andrew Clark Movie. Check out the link to Andrew’s Senior Portraits!  A new product we’re introducing in the studio – don’t you love it?!?! Want one of your own? Call the studio at 530-223-5456 to schedule your free consultation today! Hugs & High Fives ~ Monica
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified the man struck and killed by a Union Pacific train Friday night.
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Fire officials say a blaze this morning caused $400,000 in damage to a home north of Redding and also burned one of its occupants.
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A gordita with real chicharron, one of the botanas (appetizers) at the new El Rinconcito Mexican Restaurant on Eureka Way (formerly Senor Rosas). A family affair run by the extended Hernandez clan. Two pictures: "El Rinconcito" means "little corner," which...
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Redding police say three more of Shasta's Most Wanted were arrested over the weekend.
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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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Freddie Mac put a new roof on this one. Although it doesn’t say so, it looks like the pool equipment might be missing. Hmm. Well, maybe not. Representing the government interests in this sale is foreclosure listing broker Ann Marie Nelson of Realty World Tri Shasta. She writes:
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Early January, the time of year when everyone makes a resolution to get in shape, eat better, and perhaps stop a bad habit or two. But what about the bad habit of paying full price when shopping? It doesn’t get much press attention but over the course of a year it can lead to some [...]
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The Redding City Council will consider certifying a new employee organization that will represent about 275 employees in clerical, technical, professional and supervisory roles.
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National Weather Service forecasters say it'll be mostly sunny and 63 degrees today in Redding, but rain may move in starting on Wednesday. The low tonight is expected to be 38 degrees. On Wednesday, there's a 20 percent chance of showers after 11 a.m. and a 40 percent chance after 11 p.m. Thursday, that chance will be 30 p
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The first Northern Section Prep Basketball Media Poll of 2014.
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In 1914: James Hodge, trainmaster in charge of the Mammoth Copper Co.’s electric lines, had his right leg broken when he was struck by a heavy wire cable. He was taken to the Mammoth Hospital, where he was recovering.
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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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Anyone remember that? "It's Now Winter's Day"? An old Tommy Roe song, and I bet many of you don't remember Tommy Roe, either. You didn't miss much. But it's not winter's day, not here. Technically, yes, but it was a mild one. The air is damp and we have clouds (after about a month's absence) but the chance of r
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Emergency personnel are being sent this evening to a traffic accident on Highway 299 near the Buckhorn Summit.
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Trinity County supervisors took an unusual step late Sunday night, with all five members signing on to a lengthy statement expressing concern about the fiscal effect recall efforts against them are having on the county.
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It won't turn into any moppet into a fluent speaker of a new language, but the Chinese-English story time at the library broadcasts new seeds of possiblity in the minds of our communitiy's children.
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Politicians hate difficult votes in election years, but California's leaders by and large have little to fear. Here are a few compelling priorities for the Legislature.
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The law banning bear hunting with hounds is just another step in radicals' work to ban sport hunting altogether.
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Crossing the border illegally is a crime. How can the State Bar of California admit criminals without wrecking professional integrity?
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The Dunsmuir Planning Commission on Wednesday will consider lightening the city's medical marijuana cultivation rules.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Athletes tossed into an arena to fight it out in sub-zero temperatures for the enjoyment of a crowd desperately trying to stay warm and alive -- sounds like a movie script.
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A Shasta Lake man accused of shooting his roommate in the back and then setting their house on fire rejected a plea bargain today that offered a life prison sentence.
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National Geographic has selected Mount Shasta as one of the 10 "Best Secret Ski Towns of North America."
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Anderson Police Officer Nathan Ramirez said one of the most rewarding moments of his job is when a kid gives him a wave with all five fingers instead of just one in the middle, and he was only half joking.
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Cathy Wyatt of Redding has been selected to head the Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, a non-profit offering mental health services and housing in Northern California for more than two decades.
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Redding may soon need to hire a search firm to help find job applicants for its electric utility.
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I wish I were confident this measure would get further than Sen. Ted Gaines' efforts to scrap the fee for residents of the State Responsibility Area. But he does keep trying, with a new bill specifically inspired by Clover Fire...
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A review of the second season of The Walking Dead by Telltale Games.
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The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) estimates that more than 50 million Americans have experienced a degree of tinnitus in their lifetimes. Your dentist can utilize a variety of TMJ diagnostic tools to determine if jaw misalignment could be the cause. The dentist will then correct jaw misalignment.
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Based on the Oscar-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, this hilarious story of everyone’s favorite green ogre will be brought to life on stage with professional caliber makeup, lighting and live music.
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Dinner with the Doctor to focus on Diabetes.
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Voices of Faith: Bishop David Musselman went to his church in Taylorsville, Utah disguised as a homeless man as part of a sermon on compassion. The reactions of parishioners were mixed, with five people asking him to leave and many ignoring him completely. How do you think people at your worship organization would react to
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The body of a 34-year-old woman was found today at the Americana Lodge in downtown Redding, but the cause of death does not appear to be suspicious, authorities on scene said.
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So says Trinity County Supervisor Judy Morris in a press statement released this morning by all of the county's supervisors attacking the recent recall drive and other local efforts by a group of self-described constitutionalists. The supervisors complain the "fringe...
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Tehama County sheriff's deputies are looking for thieves who stole nearly $9,000 worth of property from a Mineral man's locked home.
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Firefighters this morning headed to a house fire in Montgomery Creek, which caused some $300,000 in damage.
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Long, long ago, in a space of time after dirt was discovered but before Interstate 5, there were only two-lane roads. Incredible, yes, yet it's true. Femme de Joie saw it with her own two eyes. She traveled those roads often whenever the de Joies went on a  weekend trip . Mostly the trips were [...]
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National weather service forecasters predict a partly cloudy day today in Redding with a high of 66 degrees. At night, temperatures will fall to about 37 degrees. Tuesday will be mostly sunny with a high of 62 degrees. After that, there's a slight chance of rain Wednesday and a 40 percent chance Thursday, but dry sunshine s
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1914: The Balaklala smelter will increase its shipments of copper ore to the Mammoth copper company’s smelter at Kennett and to a smelter located at Mason Valley, Nev., in the near future.
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I'm not ignoring you. I've been insanely busy. Now that I am done being busy, I'm sleepy. Will catch up tomorrow!
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Man hit and killed on Interstate 5
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The Shasta High boys basketball team came within a basket of tying its title game and going into overtime Saturday night in the Trojan Classic at Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills.
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The resident of a mobile home that was destroyed by fire Sunday night did not have electricity and had been using candles in the structure, Redding Fire Department officials said.
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January wildfires in the North State are a vivid wake-up as to just how intense the drought is.
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The economy is improving, but cuts to the neediest -- via food stamps and unemployment benefits -- threaten to make things worse again.
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These apps let you use, buy and trade gift cards.
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Progressives talk about inequality even as the look down on the average American.
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The Civil War is over, yet north vs. south battles are still a major part of the high school sports scene. Even right here in the North State we see it every summer with the Lions All-Star Football Game, and on a larger scale we see it with the CIF state playoffs for sports like volleyball, basketball and football.
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Forecasters say there's a slight chance of rain this week, but it's unlikely to be enough to alleviate the area's drought conditions.
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It’s a half-acre of green space that adds a certain kind of charm to the Parkview neighborhood only a few blocks from the Redding Library.
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"Tracy, " a longtime street pot dealer in Pueblo, Colorado, tells the Chieftain newspaper he's not worried about competition from the new legal recreational pot businesses: "People will get real tired of paying the taxes real fast. When you can...
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A wildfire in northeastern Tehama County has grown to some 450 acres today, officials said.
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A 64-year-old man died Friday night after being hit by a vehicle, then run over by another one on Interstate 5 in southern Tehama County, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Of local rancher Tiffany Martinez (click on image to enlarge). To accompany the must-see exhibit at Turtle Bay Exploration Park, "Tough by Nature: Portraits of cowgirls and ranch women of the American West," running through Jan. 19. One quote I...
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Redding is in for two more unseasonably warm days before the possibility of wet weather makes a welcome appearance.
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For a pair of thwarted Southern California thieves, taking candy from a well-alarmed warehouse proved a lot harder than taking it from a baby.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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The Hornets are starting to assemble some creativity in the way they dismantle their opponents.
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Simpson University had three of its wrestlers place in the Menlo Invitational in Atherton on Saturday, with Red Hawk Brady Beamon winning the 174-pound championship.
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It was a gorgeous 65-degree breezy Saturday afternoon on the Sundial Bridge in Redding with a few more people on the bridge than usual - about 50, to be exact. And starting about 2:30 p.m., it was hard not to notice all the people on the bridge who held stems of yellow roses, as if [...]
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In 1914: Poultry producers were charged 25 cents a bird to enter a chicken association event in Anderson. The event was a good place to sell chickens at a very good figure.
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Courtesy of Mercy Medical Center, Redding
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Burney High girls basketball faces Mount Shasta in the seventh-place game of the Lady Hornet Classic at Enterprise Saturday morning.
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Citizen crime fighters are assets to our community.
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More off-site work will be done to accommodate traffic from the new Costco store off Oasis Road. Will it be enough?
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Is the land that the McConnell Foundation wants to buy for the Turtle Bay hotel valuable? Yes, but the value is locked up in a lease that won't expire until long after every arguing today is dead.
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Forget New Year's resolutions, I've been spending the last few days updating my bucket list — as in "what I really and truly want to do before I kick the bucket."
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Shame on Bethel and all the churches that have forgotten what being a Christian truly means.
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Exhibit of his work on display now in Dunsmuir.
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Use paper to construct a keepsake book.
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Writers have enjoyed resarching and sharing useful information to readers.
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In the fourth installment of Monty Hight's trip to New Zealand, he continues on his way to Napier.
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California artists -- from school children to professionals -- can exhibit their projects in and around the Capitol.
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Choose water, other unsweetened beverages to prevent obesity and for healthy hydration.
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Panel says to tell relatives what you'd like rather than accept things you don't want.
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Jump-starting the New Year sometimes requires a little push from the old year that is still bringing up the rear.
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On surface mom may get shorted on number of material gifts, but son's worry makes for a touching holiday memory.
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Big dreams are still out there, but for this year Claudia Mosby gets real about her goals.
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If you already sent in your payment before getting the bill, Margaret Beck explains what to do.
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Some limits increase for the year.
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Also, tips on how to properly measure fresh water and ocean fish.
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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.
Firefighters are battling a blaze near Shasta Lake this afternoon.
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When Ace Hardware Express employees in downtown Redding refused to accept the fraudulent return of a flashlight Friday, the supposed customer found a different way to give to the store, officials say.
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Authorities are trying to herd cattle that escaped when a cow truck overturned on Highway 44 near Viola today.
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This film was sent to me by railroad historian Rick Marty of Bella Vista. Even though it is not a film of Shasta County logging (it is taken in Weed and Tenant), the very same type of logging took place...
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A vegetation fire has spread into a structure in Jones Valley this morning.
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A man smashed an Ace Hardware store window Friday afternoon after employees refused to give a man cash for a fake return, officials say.
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Clever public art in downtown....
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An order of tacos al pastor at Los Gordos on Pine Street in downtown Redding. Yum!...
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Here’s a lovely Fannie Mae foreclosure in beautiful Manton California.
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Ahhh fragrance....all I can say is "thank you" to the universe of sweet scents. With all these plants soon to be in bloom again, they count high among things to look forward to, so while we wait for winter to settle in for real, it seemed an apt time to revisit this piece. Enjoy. My [...]
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Today is the deadline for submissions to the Sundial Film Festival.
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Redding will have one its warmest days all week as today's high should be about 73.
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The 2013 all-Northern Section prep football team is released.
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In 1914: For the first time in 10 days, the county hospital had dependable lights and power, due to the recent snow, wind and rain storms that crippled the suburban wires of the Northern California Power Co. The juice came on just in time to avert a crisis at the institution.
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The "Beast of the North" wrestling tournament begins at Anderson High School.
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Thomas Lawrence's first "College Notebook" column of 2014 looks at the year ahead in Redding college sports.
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Enterprise High girls basketball battles McKinleyville in the semifinals of the Lady Hornet Classic.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A national television news show put a Cottonwood murder case under the magnifying glass Friday night, focusing on the division between detectives and family members over whether the right man was convicted.
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Redding police and Union Pacific personnel were downtown Friday night investigating a fatal train versus pedestrian accident that occurred at 9:50 p.m.
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Redding police and Union Pacific personnel are downtown investigating a fatal train versus pedestrian accident that occurred at 9:50 p.m. tonight.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies say a man connected to an Old Station burglary led California Highway Patrol officers on a chase in Red Bluff before being caught Thursday.
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The cracks in a system with scarce resources that left an unstable man on the street in the middle of the night -- are they any different in your county?
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Talk to immigrants about how thankful they are for America -- and think about what they bring to us. It will brighten your day.
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Bush grows in various ways depending on location. It's flat near the coast and can grow to 12 feet tall inland.
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Older boxes home to tomatoes, green beans and lots of peppers.
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Q. The black walnut trees in my lawn aren’t doing well; they have leaves only at the outside of the canopy. Any suggestions?
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A roundup of North State business news.
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Lost your home in a fire? Read every word of the rebuilding contract.
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An appellate court has tossed out a lawsuit claiming that the state reneged on a promise to let Pacific Lumber accelerate logging as part of the overpriced deal for the state to buy the Headwaters forest.
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The upside of the health care law's failure: Nobody criticizing Obamacare now is being called a racist.
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As James Koenig of Redding resides at High Desert State Prison in Susanville, attorneys in his high-profile criminal case are trying to come up with a way to ensure those investors he swindled in a complex Ponzi scheme receive restitution.
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New program aims to introduce young children to another language and culture.
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SAN DIEGO - Elizabeth Lopez maneuvered a massive steel claw over the side of a 134-foot sailboat and guided its descent through swaying kelp and schools of fish 10 miles off the coast of San Diego. She was hoping to catch pieces of a mysterious marine ecosystem that scientists are calling the plastisphere.
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While you're waiting for the show to start, you can get a recap of the key points in the case here:
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A North State refuge for animals is undergoing a major change that the owners and its supporters hope will make it an even better place for its residents.
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The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office is still awaiting law enforcement reports to determine whether criminal charges will be filed against a homeless man who was shot last month by a police officer.
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Firefighters are at a blaze that's burning near the Sacramento River this afternoon.
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A man with several outstanding warrants led Tehama County Sheriff's deputies on a chase near Corning this morning, deputies say.
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The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is battling a 175-acre blaze in Tehama County east of Red Bluff in the Lassen National Forest.
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Fire crews arriving at the scene of a grass fire in Happy Valley say the blaze is a controlled burn.
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Sean Motorcycle 01-02-13 from The Day's End on Vimeo. Sean's last day of military leave before heading off the Langley AFB in Hampton, Virginia. Tim and I thought it would be fun to go on a quick adventur
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One of Shasta's Most Wanted has been arrested in Douglas County, Washington, the Redding Police Department said today.
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Voice of San Diego reporter Andrew Keatts, who says he's learned in covering urban land-use discussions that "the only people who use more jargon than the military are urban planners," offers a dictionary to translate the buzzwords and legal terms...
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Expect a high temperature near 71 degrees Friday with light and variable wind. Lows will drop to about 42 degrees overnight, while Saturday will warm up to about 73 degrees. Saturday will also be windy, with a north wind up to 14 mph and 20 mph gusts. Sunday will see a high near 70, while Monday should be about 64 degrees.
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I think I'm old enough now that I can finally admit that I'm too old for this crap. And by that, I mean I'm too old for partying til I puke, staying up all night long, mixing my liquor, and sleeping next to the toilet on the cold tile of the bathroom floor while my [...]
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The all-Northern Section volleyball team is announced.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Firefighters extinguished a small fire near an apartment complex on Hilltop Drive tonight.
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The 2012 murder of a Cottonwood woman will be featured Friday night on an episode of NBC’s "Dateline" TV news program.
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Deputies say a man was arrested after he tried to slip through a bathroom vent to escape a standoff at an Anderson home.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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The California Highway Patrol's helicopter crew rescued three hikers, one of whom was in critical condition, on New Year's Day.
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Colorado's system of decriminalizing and regulating marijuana looks like a model compared with the mess in California.
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When the young and healthy don't sign up for Obamacare, the result will be an insurnace death spiral. By pre-empting the inevitable demands for bailout, Republicans can hasten the bad law's demise.
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Far from presuming Mark Duenas' guilt, the Sheriff's Office exhaustively pursued every lead before arresting him.
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Businessess that contracted to reach an audience now reduced by the standoff with Dish Network should demand a refund.
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Judge doubles his bail to $1 million.
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After bottoming out two years ago, construction in the city of Redding in 2013 posted a five-year high.
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One Safe Place and Shasta College are teaming up starting this month to offer a domestic violence and sexual assault course at the college for aspiring law enforcement agents or victim advocates.
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The unseasonably dry and mild weather has been good for some North State businesses.
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The hands of time come into play during search for long-sought answers.
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A roundup of North State business news.
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While you were busy living your life, the staple foods of our diet were transformed.
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Representatives for the McConnell Foundation may be talking a purchase price next week when they resume negotiations Monday with Redding officials over the 14.17 acres connected to a hotel project at Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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Find deals at a thrift sale, learn how to cut roses and start running.
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Shasta Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation will train volunteers in how to assist wildlife.
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The Redding Civic Auditorium's general manager gives her side of the story after criticism erupted over the auditorium no longer letting a food bank operate in its parking lot.
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Well, these projects might pay off for you in terms of your personal happiness. Home is where the heart is. But if you are wondering which projects add value, and pay it back when you go to sell, the California Association of Realtors has a short list of don’ts: Every home situation is different, an
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When the California & Oregon Railroad (also known as the Central Pacific Railroad) arrived at Redding in 1872, all track laying stopped at Redding while the railroad regrouped to make plans to lay tracks for the first time in the...
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That would be Dick Green, one of my west Redding neighbors, who this week spotted a suspicious looking character on a bicycle approaching a vacant and boarded up house in our neighborhood that has, in the past, been a hide-out...
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Firefighters say they quickly contained a small blaze has broken out north of Happy Valley this afternoon.
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EUREKA, Calif. (AP) — Police identified a suspect Thursday in the killing of a respected priest who was found dead in a church rectory in Northern California on New Year's Day.
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The California Department of Public Health is warning people not to eat clams, mussels or whole scallops recreationally harvested in certain areas of the southern California coast after toxins were found in some samples from there.
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Redding Police reported today they found and arrested one of Shasta's Most Wanted on New Year's Day.
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James Avery, the bulky character actor who laid down the law at home and on the job as the Honorable Philip Banks in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," has died.
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Kathryn Gessner teaches English, writing and poetry at Shasta College. Redding plays more than a cameo roles in some recent poems she shared. A sampling: Out of Pocket In Redding, there's no place to hide from despair Dusting in off...
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Shasta County law enforcement officers reported making fewer arrests for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs compared to a year earlier.
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If you entered Mom’s kitchen, you’d see it on the fridge. The List. It was long. It was yellow. It was required reading, and it contained Mom’s marching orders for the day. Some folks wait until New Year’s to craft their resolutions, and their January goals are only dim memories come March. But not my [...]
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A helicopter rescued all 52 passengers from a research ship that has been trapped in Antarctic ice since Christmas Eve after weather conditions finally cleared enough for the operation Thursday.
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The former wildland firefighter accused of starting the deadly Clover Fire in September saw his case delayed today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Redding-area residents can expect patchy frost before 10 a.m. before the day warms to a high near 69, the National Weather Service says.
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After a visit to The Painted Cork in Sacramento, artist Lydia Bee had a revelation. She finally discovered what she would do now that she was retired from teaching — combine her passion for art with a love of fine wine. A 22-year art educator in Shasta County, Bee adapted the wine tasting/art making concept popular in so
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At the Mt. Shasta Brewing Company’s Weed Alehouse in Weed, the double entendres are everywhere. In fact, it was just a few short years ago (2008) when the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau lost its attempt to reject the label for brewery’s Lemurian Lager, which included the bottle cap slogan “Try Legal Weed.”
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The New Christy Minstrels are actually anything but new, but therein lays their charm.
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Midway through a delicious steak salad lunch at Clearie’s Restaurant the other Saturday it hit me — even though it’s only been around a couple of years Robbie Clearie’s restaurant somehow has the comfortable feel of a Redding institution.
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The Enterprise girls basketball team lost its first game of the season Tuesday night, falling 56-44 to Camarillo in the championship game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic tournament at Eastside College Preparatory School in East Palo Alto.
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In 1914: Extensive development operations were underway at the Silver King Mine, a valuable silver property about four miles east of Redding. A 25-man force was making improvements and extending the shafts with all possible dispatch.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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The number of stolen vehicles in Redding doubled from 2010 to 2012. It would be foolish and self-defeating to pass up a chance to beef up resources to fight car thieves.
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TV networks including A&E profess shock when their stars spout off embarrassingly, but they know exactly what they're cashing in on.
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In the seven years that he and his mate, Liberty, nested and raised their 13 offspring in the middle of our city, he inspired and touched the lives of many people here and all over the world.
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It's imperative that the City Council and county supervisors take action to set in place periodic reviews by outside third parties of all management positions within and under their controls.
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I watched the first "Hunger Games" movie via an in-home rental, and even after the "happy ending" was left with a long-lasting uneasy feeling.
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Shasta County's reported cases of gonorrhea jumped by about 30 percent in 2013, leading public health officials to deem it an "outbreak" year. Cases also increased by about 400 percent compared to years when there wasn't an outbreak.
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A free support group for those who have lost pets will start next month in Red Bluff.
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The Redding Civic Auditorium is no longer allowing Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs to distibute food to low-income people in its parking lot, officials said.
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Swimmers hit the pool for the Polar Bear Plunge on a day the temperature reached a record high of 73 degrees.
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A 16-year-old Happy Valley girl was struck in the head early Wednesday by random bullet that may have been fired by a New Year’s Eve reveler, according to the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office.
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The minute he took his first breath, Diesel Madrone Ito set himself apart as someone unique.
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Taking advantage of our surreally swell weather....a picnic on the shore of Whiskeytown Lake and a hike to Whiskeytown Falls...
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Shooting from The Day's End on Vimeo.
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Today's the day when I take down Christmas and pack it away. Every year, as I close up the last box, I'll insert a note for myself to read when the next December rolls around. It's my way to check in with my year-older and wiser self, and remind myself of the previous year. I'm [...]
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Tehama County sheriff's officials are investigating a theft near the Amazing Finds store in Red Bluff.
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From Edmunds.com's history of the Ford Mustang: First Generation (1964 1/2-1966) Ford's Mustang was conceived in full knowledge that in the mid-'60s the biggest population bubble in history was coming of age in America. Baby boomers would rule the '60s...
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Here’s an interesting home on a great little street overlooking Anderson and beyond.
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Nestled between two major forces of local development, the Shasta Land Trust’s newest conservation easement shows the clear need and benefit for conserving natural open space. Bounded on three sides by subdivisions and Bethel Church, the Lillian Nelson Nature Preserve provides a rich wildlife corridor and pleasing natural
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The host was a good cook, famous for his mashed potatoes. No — not potatoes. Beans. Baked beans. That was it. Brooke Mayo held a finger to her cheek. “Old age is getting to me,” she said at last.
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When Terry Lee Loewen allegedly attempted to blow up Wichita Mid-Continent Airport last month, his case became part of a recent surge in homegrown jihad-inspired terrorist plots.
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Unseasonably warm weather will continue for Redding as the new year begins. Expect a high near 70 degrees today with mostly sunny skies and wind of about 6 mph. The night's low will drop to about 39. Conditions on Thursday will be near identical, though winds will be slightly lighter and the overnight low should be warmer 4
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In 1914: The Anderson Valley poultry show, which was to have been held Jan. 2 and 3 was postponed indefinitely on account of bad weather.
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A man who found his stolen property for sale on Craigslist got it back Tuesday with the help of the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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Looking back on 2013, the North State’s year in sports was a memorable one — packed with a number of record-setting and history-making events.
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The Enterprise High girls basketball team Monday defeated Archbishop Mitty of San Jose 62-59 in a semifinal matchup at the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic tournament at Eastside College Prep in East Palo Alto.
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Firefighters this evening are at a large burn pile in the 5200 block of Riverland Drive near Balls Ferry Road.
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If a new Costco and its surrounding commercial hub finally breaks ground, can all the leaderhsip energy devoted to pushing it forward turn toward the rest of the city?
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Changing ourselves is a much more reasonable undertaking than trying to change other people. It may or may not succeed, but it seldom creates the disasters that trying to change others can produce.
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Want to be a better Californian? Get out of the house and see the state, get to know your neighbors, and get yourself informed about the Golden State's rich history.
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Getting subscribers involved in your battle with providers is ridiculous.
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Hold the meat and bring on the flavor with these recipes for salads, desserts and main courses.
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A dog that survived an accident that claimed the life of its owner the week before Christmas in downtown Redding was euthanized on Monday, Haven Humane officials said.
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A former Anderson police officer charged with raping a Millville woman he was taking to jail in May 2010 may be ordered this month to answer questions in his alleged victim's $10 million federal lawsuit against the city of Anderson and its police department.
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Via magazine's mystery picture is our very own Sundial Bridge.
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While the public is watching Honey Boo Boo, DHS in tandem with SAIC is testing a national prototype called "Domain Awareness Center" in Oakland.
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No solid agreements yet, but those involved in talks remain optimistic a deal can be reached with an airline to provide service to Southern California by summer.
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Like the rest of California, the North State is ringing in a dry new year.
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Our reporters asked people out and about in Redding on Tuesday about their hopes and resolutions for 2014. Here's what they had to say.
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Sheriff’s investigators are trying to determine why a Jones Valley man fired at a neighbor’s house early Monday.
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Trinity County’s top elections official has denied recall efforts against four of the five members on the Board of Supervisors.
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Three Most Wanted put in Shasta jail
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A 43-year-old Redding man and an 18-year-old Redding woman were arrested today after a search warrant was served at a Milo Avenue residence in Redding, agents with the Shasta Interagency Narcotic Task Force said.
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A 28-year-old woman recently featured in Shasta's Most Wanted surrendered to authorities early today, according to Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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And for less-than-minimum wage, Reuters reports here. Excerpt: "...over the past year, Sendai, the biggest city in the disaster zone, has emerged as a hiring hub for homeless men. Many work clearing rubble left behind by the 2011 tsunami and...
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Redding City Councilman Patrick Jones mentioned in a story about Costco's looking forward to building a new store on Oasis Road in 2014 that he'd been working on the project for seven years -- which is indeed how long he's...
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Someone did a similar post: wrap up the year in a photo post. Gary's 1976 Rally Sport Camaro. He had taken it to a shop for some minor work and during the night the shop caught on fire. There wasn't a lot of surface damage but it didn't do the wiring, etc. any good, so he sold it back in January for a great dea
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E-mail that went out this morning to the Redding City Council: Honorable Mayor and City Council Members: The City of Redding and The McConnell Foundation have received the third appraisal performed by Duff & Phelps of the 14.17 acres of...
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Before I learned they are Cedar Waxwings, I only knew them as birds with purple poop. Of that, we can see much evidence. I didn’t know what they were, but I could guess what they ate. A small flock has been hanging around the backyard lately. Click to slightly enlarge.
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•How do you want to be perceived as you gently age?... •We exercise, tan, bleach, plug, lift, lipo, crown, laser and stuff. •Some of us are seeking beauty or youth… •A friend said she strives to be tidy…I LOVE that. •I wish I could state my goal so simply, with tongue firmly in cheek… •I [...]
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The newest offering from the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival is the “Winter Residency”, an opportunity for established California-based ensembles. The first group to be selected for this program is San Francisco's Friction Quartet. This award-winning young group is known for their genre-bending performances that hig
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Susan will talk about her journals and her writing process, then we'll begin to write about who we are, where we come from and where we’re going. In a safe setting, poems or prose snippets will emerge that surprise and delight us. Sharing work is optional. Bring scratch paper, pens and a few books of poems.
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A forum on guns and their place in society is being held on Saturday, January 25 at the Pilgrim Congregational Church on Foothill Blvd. in Redding. The program begins at 12:30 p.m. Bruce Ross, the Editorial Page Editor of the Record Searchlight, will moderate. Panelists will include Patrick Jones, a member of the Redding Ci
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Hunger Games from the Big Dipper in Shasta Lake City. The Big Dipper isn’t all that big. But it’s been open for 75 years or so. Stop
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Over the weekend this ad popped up on my computer. It's going to be a long campaign season.......
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For years (and years) I and many others have tried in vain to find out what happened to the clock tower (see photo) that once stood on the top of the previous Shasta County courthouse. The Lady of Justice stood...
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We don’t often see this rare “Samsonite” bed in foreclosure homes. These somewhat distorted looking marketing photos supplied below might lead one to believe this home comes furnished
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We had a pleasant, uneventful Christmas. On Christmas Eve I made Asian pork ribs and roasted cauliflower. We had a shitton of sweets - cookies, some perfect English toffee given us by a friend who makes the best ever, God knows what else. We listened to Christmas music on the radio for a while until bedtime. Ch
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From this LA Times piece on the revival of the State of Jefferson movement: "We are staking our futures on our ability to live and thrive in this area," said Kayla Nicole Brown of Redding, a 23-year-old student of early...
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An anniversary soon to be upon us. Wonder if there's anyone alive who remembers May 22, 1915. This spectacular photograph was taken from Anderson....
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From YouTube poster Glenn Miller: While traveling in California in late 2013 I encountered two interesting foot bridges. I recorded photos, video clips and music to compare and contrast the structures. The small bridge is at my friend's cabin...
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My three Adult Kids decided to all get tattoos (from Left to Right: Jeneah, Sean, Mackenzie) A friend of ours projected "Tattoos are not allowed, they are sinful!" I immediately responded "That is
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Foothill High boys basketball battles Chico in the championship game of the Jamie Angley Hornet Classic at Enterprise's Manatowa Gymnasium at 6:30 p.m. Pacific time.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Firefighters received reports that blaze broke out at a mobile home in Mountain Gate this evening.
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A child pushes back: Why do grown-ups have to give instructions for absolutely everything? It's a good question.
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Tourism is a vital part of the North State's economy, but we've been stagnating as the rest of California has grown.
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For the six years I was homeless, I never had a shopping cart, nor did I have a mental illness or a drug problem. I was just a regular guy out of work in a poor economy.
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North State satellite viewers are frustrated by a contract impasse between the parent company of KRCR Channel 7 and DISH Network but help could be on the way.
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The city said a new air quality permit wouldn't lead Aramark to expand its operations, but in fact they've stretched into the late evening and early morning hours. Neighbors need their sleep.
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Steve and Vicki Fitch of Cottonwood celebrated their 50th anniversary on Dec. 28, 2013, with a cruise vacation to the Caribbean hosted by their children. They were married on Dec. 28, 1963, in Los Angeles. They first arrived in Redding 35 years ago. They then moved to Washington, D.C., North Carolina, Florida and back to Re
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Shasta County ranch gets honor from Cornucopia Institute for third year in a row.
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Both Christmas tree and rose bush come out of garage for the season.
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Bye-bye bitty towel and welcome open road, and hopefully the right one this time.
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Katherine Shannon and Dane Kehm, both of Pleasanton, were married on Dec. 5, 2013, at the Alameda County Clerk-Recorder's Office in Oakland. The bride is the daughter of Joseph and Susan Shannon of Millville. She graduated from Foothill High School in Palo Cedro in 2006, and from California State University, Chico, with a b
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Mock champagne and a Snowball Special on the menu.
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Marrion Cletys Comin celebrated her 102nd birthday at the club house of Del Mar Gardens in Redding. The event was hosted by her grandson, JR Stout of Anchorage, Alaska.
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Panel says parents shouldn't enable kids to drink.
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Volunteers help patrol Happy Valley, check on people and homes.
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Internet addiction and real, and here's how to identify it and how to get help.
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The long, cold nights of winter are upon us. Darkness falls early, and we find ourselves clustered in our home by 5 p.m. each night. Our family calendar is quiet, time is slow, and we have nothing to do but be together.
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Q: Is it lawful to shoot a bird that is on the water, or if I'm field hunting, to shoot a bird standing on the ground? I do not consider it sporting, but I was party to a group of hunters that took part in the above actions. Just curious what the official word is on this.
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How many bears are there in Northern California? State biologists use a variety of methods to determine that and other animal populations.
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Polar Bear plunge will be Wednesday at Caldwell Park.
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Procrastination, last-minute push of applications can clog the system. Next deadline for coverage to start on Feb. 1 is Jan. 15, if you didn't get signed up this go-around.
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Some of the Northern Section's best boys basketball teams do battle at Manatowa Gymnasium Saturday.
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A vegetation fire broke out west of Cottonwood today, burning a flat bed trailer and a spot of berry bushes.
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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.
Eight months ago Sandy Miller, 34, and her two young children, Shelby, 8, and Shasta, 4, were found gunned down in their Shingletown home.
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Here’s an interesting home in a nice setting. Back when this
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Sorry to be repetitious, but this thing is like a wound that won’t heal. And we must drive by their sign. Every. Day. This foreclosed home has had a brokerage sign on it for almost 2 months without it being listed in the MLS. No “Coming Soon” sign. That’s a clear violation of local MLS rule 12.6, at
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We’ve started to see the typical year in review stories that mark the end of the year in the media. For us, the biggest story in Redding and indeed Shasta County has been the dramatic turnaround in real estate values. The change was striking. Multiple offers on homes have become common. Builders have put our tradesm
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By some powerful synchronicity New Year’s Day 2014 arrives on the same day as the New Moon. A fresh start in the stars and in our daily planning. A traditional time for letting go of the old and welcoming the new. What do you have planned? What are you ready to release with gratitude and [...]
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Expect a high of about 70 degrees today in Redding under sunny skies. The day will also see a north wind up to about 14 mph with 18 mph gusts. The nighttime temperature should drop to about 40 degrees, National Weather Service forecasters said. Sunday will warm to about 71 degrees with a nighttime low of about 40. Next week
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Brent Kroeger pores over nasty online comments about stay-at-home dads, wondering if his friends think those things about him. The father from Rowland Heights, east of Los Angeles, remembers high school classmates laughing when he said he wanted to be a "house husband." He avoids mentioning it on Facebook
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In 1913: A train of 36 pack mules, owned by Adams and Irwin of Weaverville, arrived in Redding after completing the work of breaking a trail over the Deadwood Divide on Trinity Mountain between French Gulch and Lewiston. Five-foot drifts were common along the trail.
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The Liberty Christian boys basketball team demolished Trinity 97-43 in its own tourney semifinals Friday.
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Host Enterprise High basketball and rival Foothill battle in the Jamie Angley Hornet Classic semifinals at 6 p.m. at Manatowa Gymnasium.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The abrupt end of unemployment benefits and the long-term erosion of military retirements are both deservedly unpopular. But cutting spending, yes, cuts spending.
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What do we need in 2014? New faces on the City Council, new settlements of old feuds, and rain to fill the lakes already.
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On warm days clear the weeds from any beds not already planted with winter vegetables. If you cover the beds with newspaper held down by rocks, they'll be weed-free to accept plants in the spring.
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Give your garden some lime and mulch to get it ready for new plants.
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Modern colors bring light and harmony to a holiday mantle display at Laurie Leiser's home in Redding.
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Fanaticism is fanaticism, no matter what its source, and it is a societal danger that deserves opposition.
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The largest fire of the year, September's Clover Fire, was started by arson, as were 15 small fires set near Turtle Bay Exploration Park in August.
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A 41-year-old Redding man accused of "mooning" a neighbor saw his criminal case dismissed Friday in Shasta County District Attorney's Office.
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North State business news in brief.
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The Northern Section's first boys basketball showdown is here.
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Monique McKee has worked in law in Redding since 1996.
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City and McConnell Foundation have been trying to finda way to save project stalled aftera state agency ruled in January that the project would have to pay prevailing wages.
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For a much-talked about project that for nearly three decades went nowhere, 2013 marked a hurried pace to get a new police station built in Redding.
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Counties can raise vehicle registration fees and use money to pay for efforts to deter auto thefts.
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Redding Police say a vehicle went off East Street into some bushes and a pole downtown.
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So Marc writes in this weekend's column: Here's wishing that the Redding Police Department can hire a few more officers in 2014 -- an unlikely prospect, I'm afraid, given the budget situation (see above). But we can still hope. Our...
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The Associated Press reports here. Excerpt: Over the last decade, tens of thousands of homes have been used to cook meth, according to federal data. About 25 states have laws related to meth cleanup. Some states, such as Indiana, Kentucky...
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SANTA BARBARA -- The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office is searching for a runaway teen who also has a warrant out for her arrest.
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The National Security Administration's mass collection of telephone data does not violate the Constitution, a federal judge in New York ruled Friday, setting up a conflict within the federal courts and increasing the likelihood that the Supreme Court eventually will have to resolve the issue.
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Shasta County Superior Court has a new judge.
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Californians are going to use wood. Do you want Californians to use wood that is already dead and will rot if you don't use it, or do you want to go out into the forest and cut living trees for...
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Whenever we show homes on Wilson, we can’t avoid thinking about the film starring  Tom Hanks in Cast Away. Wilson! “In the film, Wilson th
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D I V O R C E   C O R P ! It has been said, There are three kinds of people: Many who are part of the Problems;some who are part of the Solutions;and most... who conveniently prefer tojust be a wimpy part of the Landscape.
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There is no sadder song than a failed marriage. When a marital union falls apart, it is like a large glass chandelier crashing to the floor, sending shards of glass in all directions. Everyone gets cut: children, parents, siblings and friends. And some will never heal. Or they might heal but years later, the scars [...]
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Redding-area residents can expect patchy frost before 10 a.m. before the day warms up to near 66 under sunny skies.
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Big multimillion-dollar water projects, once a favorite target of good-government reformers who made them a poster child of political pork, are back in vogue as a rare force of concord in a dysfunctional Congress.
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In 1913: Two Olinda boys, John and Richard Bastain, 14 and 9, fell through the ice together at the Olinda reservoir and drowned. Their bodies were found at the bottom of the reservoir.
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The Jamie Angley Hornet Classic got underway Thursday at Enterprise High with the host Hornets defeating Kennedy of Fremont 73-30.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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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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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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