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March 27th, 2014

So asks Redding Realtor Skip Murphy, here. He provides photographic evidence of its popularity in Barcelona, Spain, which he visited recently. Check out that meal he had at an outdoor cafe. Was that before or after the aforementioned gelato, Skip?...
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These are some of my faves from this year’s Class of 2014!  Great kids, great personalities, great images – does it get any better than this?!?!  LOVE, Love, love my “job”!!!
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Now an investigative reporter with the Indianapolis Star, Sabalow stars in this promotional video. Interesting topic, especially for a life-long hunter like Ryan....
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Cannabis Gelato. Remember, you saw it here first, Redding. Erin said this idea might take off in the U.S. like Starbucks. Maybe so. I’d rather see this comfort food, below. Paella and Sangria enjoye
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We’ve been pointing out that home sales have slowed here locally. This chart shows that our local Shasta home price declines were mirrored somewhat by statewide prices. The bubble years loom large in the chart, even
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Here’s an interesting REO home located southwest of the courthouse in Redding. “Excellent Central Location. Close to everything downtown, parks, entertainment etc.. Good sized rooms, high ceilings, lots of Victorian character. Deferred maintenance,needs repair. Great opportuni
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To celebrate “April Fools,” Robb has released his latest book as a free download for two days only—Tuesday April 1st and Wednesday April 2nd. Visit Amazon.com and look for “Potholes On Memory Lane “or check this link. My brother JD is a prankster without peer. Oh, sure, he looks innocent. He's quiet, and has alway
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From Vimeo.com -- Red Bluff to Mt. Shasta, Trinity Lake, the Lost Coast, Point Reyes, Petaluma, etc. Flight Red Bluff (RBL) - Mount Shasta - Shelter Cove (0Q5) - Lost & Mendocino Coast - Point Reyes - Petaluma (O69) from...
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Bummed out by that new Gallup survey that shows our fair city near the bottom of a list of U.S. metro areas in terms of that elusive feeling of "well being?" If so, here are some getaway tips....
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Colored Feathers! Crested heads, and feathered feet! Have you seen many of the more than 400 kinds of colorful birds in the Poultry world lately? They will be on display at the NorCal Poultry Association Sanctioned Bird show on Mar 29, at the Tehama County Fairgrounds in Red Bluff, CA. At last year’s show, there [...]
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Possible flip candidate in west Redding? Here’s a government owned home on the westside that might have some untapped value potential. We like cinder block or slump block construction, not sure which was used here. Representing the interests of the government in this sale is foreclosure listing brok
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As a result of my first “letter to the editor”, many more questions have come to my attention, so I decided to get some answers. Here are the questions and the answers that have come up: Who are the people that are “working” at the Petition locations and where are they getting their mis-information? After [...]
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Even as someone who loves to cook, it's a rare Thursday when I don't buy either the already cooked baby back ribs ($10 a rack) or whole, roasted rosemary and garlic chicken ($5 each) at Tops Market (formerly Sunset Marketplace) in Redding. Seriously. I couldn't make either of those items for that price. Usually I [...]
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USA Today can say what they want about the well-being of folks here in Redding, but these energetic kids are doing their part to ramp-up the happiness quotient right here in River City.
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REDDING, Calif — An independent citizens committee of local business leaders, organizations, and voters has organized a group to promote the positive benefits of building a four-star Sheraton hotel in the heart of Redding. The group, named REVIVE for Redding Empowered to Vote for Increased Visitors and Employment, is bein
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A Woman will never understand how deeply a Man loves her!!!!
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The Prison Reform Committee of the First United Methodist Church and the Redding Friends Meeting is honored to offer this presentation by special guest Laura Magnani. Ms. Magnani is the Healing Justice Program Director of the American Friends Service Committee. She works out of the West Regional Office in San Francisco and
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Mercy Hospice is offering a free workshop for anyone dealing with grief and loss issues related to death.  Grief: The Journey Workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, March 25, 2014.  This workshop will help participants find meaning and comfort in their grief journey.  Discussion will help identify
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You drive by it on the way to Whiskeytown Lake: the Pioneer Baby's Grave on the north side of Highway 299 a half-mile west Shasta. What's the story behind the historic site? KIXE-TV Channel 9 will air a documentary at 7:30 tonight commemorating the 150th anniversary of the grave. The locally prod
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My greatest relationships, whether short-lived or lifelong, friendly or romantic, have one thing in common. All were and are with people willing to do the craziest things with me. If you can’t relate, you will when you meet Cecina Hines and Jim Freemon. As a tribute to Cecina’s 10-year anniversary of throwing cancer to
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Here’s a government owned foreclosure home with a bit of a twist. “Country Home on almost one-half acre, three bedrooms, l bath, inside laundry, has solar on roof
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The volunteer effort was a great success! Thanks to all who helped out, and thanks to our great sponsors. Click on the image for more photos. Looking forward to another great season of racing!!
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Photo Credit: Emily Warren   Story by Jenny Brewer.   Let me introduce you to a very valuable resource for the Shasta College student: The library. You could call me a regular at the Shasta College library. The computer lab is where this very ar
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Watching this "CBS Sunday Morning" piece it's hard not to think about the Oasis Towne Center or the voted-rejected massive regional mall in Churn Creek Bottom. Are we chasing an antiquated concept? The future, tho
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Once again we were blessed to have Tajci come to our parish and share her musical and spiritual gifts with our parishioners. She inspired and nourished us tremendously as she walked (sung and spoke) us through a journey of the passion, love, and forgiveness of our Lord. I must say, although I enjoyed the entire
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Some of you know I recently toured cities of the Mediterranean, accompanied by the lovely Karry. I like photography, so some of you have requested that I post my travel shots. Here are some (okay, 48) Vatican images, in no particular order. I hope you enjoy viewing as much as I did capturing them. Click on the image t
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PHOTO: Foothills penstemon (Penstemon heterophyllus) in vigorous summer bloom in a low-water Chico home garden. Some people call them beardtongue – the visual image of which always made me laugh as a girl. Now – as an adult gardener whose criteria for garden plants include: provide color, attract insects and birds, low
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An inmate at the Shasta County Jail charged with murder in the deaths last year of three Shasta County men also tried to strangle his cellmate late Friday, deputies said.
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In the year since Clemson University launched its Student Veterans Success Center, its volunteer staff has worked to transform the small alcove in the School of Computing into a place where those transitioning from military to civilian life can connect with their peers.
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Expect a high near 77 today with a northwest wind of about 8 to 15 mph and gusts as high as 21 mph. The night should be mostly clear with a low near 45 degrees. Sunday should be sunny and 78, as should Monday. The low both nights will be about 47, though forecasters expect a chance of rain Monday
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In 1914: The contract for carrying mail between Redding and Fall River Mills from 1914 to 1918 was awarded to James Fitzpatrick of Burney and F.P. Lemm of Bella Vista, the consideration being fixed at $9,975 per year.
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Host Anderson High softball and Shasta battle in pool play of the 12th annual Cubs Classic tourney at Big League Dreams at 2:40 p.m.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Anderson police and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a shooting tonight in which a 19-year-old man was reportedly shot in the head and arm.
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Anderson police and the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a shooting tonight in which a 19-year-old man was reportedly shot in the head and arm.
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Thomas Lawrence's "College Notebook" column glances at the resignation of Simpson baseball coach Travis Fortner, and the trend of coaches leaving the school.
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The city of Red Bluff had more homicides in 2013 than Redding, a city six times its size, according to the Red Bluff Police Department’s 2013 Annual Report.
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Previewing Enterprise High girls basketball's historic NorCal finals matchup with Modesto Christian Saturday in American Canyon.
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Some ideas may seem a bit far out, but practice of seeing gardens as representative of universe can give new insight.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Powerful law enforcement interests have managed to build too high a wall of secrecy around the conduct of officers. The public deserves more, and opening up could start with a very small step.
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Letter to the editor.
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A group of students from Redding School of the Arts put the finishing touches on a mural they designed and painted at Haven Humane Society.
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What to trim, plant and get ready in your North State garden as spring arrives.
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Natural ingredients tilled into the soil help give new plants a strong head start.
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Tulips and freesia light up garden.
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For columnist Marc Beauchamp, the trial of murderer Cody Nash wasn't just another news story. It was an up-close look at evil, and the value of love between humans.
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Local filmmakers Rachel and Daniel Nichols reached their fundraising goal for "Sands of Ikkera," their upcoming short science fiction film.
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While the job picture in California in February slightly improved, the unemployment rate in Shasta County nudged up for the second straight month, the state reported today.
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Shasta College softball battles College of the Siskiyous for first place in the Golden Valley Conference with a home doubleheader at The Farm.
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The ghost of recall past continues to haunt Shasta Lake.
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Organizers expect more businesses to show up for this year's Spring Job Fair at the Mt. Shasta Mall in Redding.
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Jason Schroeder’s had enough of the fistfights, shouting matches and suspicious activities that plague his neighborhood on the west side of downtown Redding.
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A Redding man suffered major injuries after rolling his pickup several times on the shoulder of Highway 299 this afternoon.
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Two Shasta County Sheriff's deputies have been involved in a collision on Buena Vista Drive this afternoon.
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Authorities are heading to the 11000 block of Buena Vista Court after receiving reports of a man being shot at this afternoon.
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Follow updates from the Anderson-Shasta softball game and other Cubs Classic games.
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California has emerged as the major gateway for methamphetamine into the country, with Mexican organized crime groups smuggling an estimated 70 percent of the U.S. supply through state border crossings, according to a report released Thursday by state Attorney General Kamala D. Harris.
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Defending Northern California champion Shasta College softball entertains College of the Siskiyous in a noon doubleheader Friday for first place in the Golden Valley Conference.
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A Redding woman was injured this morning in a three-vehicle traffic accident on Lake Boulevard near St. Mark's Street.
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Redding.com is experiencing technical difficulties.
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Maybe underneath the cowboy hat and behind the Tea Party rhetoric he really is 'one of us' -- an aging Beatles fan. The moment before the most famous album cover ever was photographed. 1969 pic.twitter.com/6ptC2WElsA— Behind the Scenes (@MakingOfs) October...
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You have found your perfect wedding gown. You probably had to order it, unless you were lucky enough to find a sample dress. It finally arrives and you anxiously try it on. Suddenly, your dreams are dashed as you realize the gown doesn’t look exactly as you thought it would. You may not even be [...]
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Just because a person is a car mechanic, it doesn’t mean her car won’t break and need repair. A skilled roofer could find himself in a house where the roof leaks. Our physician could get sick. Of course, this is obvious. And yet we might think it odd that a psychologist could suffer with anxiety, [...]
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Using a wrinkle in federal law, at least seven states and the District of Columbia are blocking as much as $1.2 billion in food stamp cuts, preserving federal benefits for millions of people who otherwise would have had them cut by about $90 each month.
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Five little words were all it took to send U.S. Rep. Joyce Beatty over the moon.
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Expect a high near 76 today with north-northeast wind at about 3 to 7 mph. The night should cool to about 45. Saturday will be about 77 while Sunday and Monday should be 79. Forecasters expect a chance of rain on Tuesday that should last through Wednesday. Daytime highs will dip into the 60s.
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In this brilliant and powerful drama, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal, takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young Father Flynn of improper relations with one of the male students. The play won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and a Tony Award for Best Play the same year. Written by [...]
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On 3/20/2014 at 1721 hours, officers responded to 1233 Hilltop Drive “Shell Gas Station” in regard to an armed robbery. Upon arrival Officers met with the victim, a 60-year-old Redding woman, who stated that she was robbed at knife point. The victim told officers that the suspect walked behind the counter with
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In 1914: The Gladstone Mine orchestra announced a big yama yama party and dance. The orchestra was at its best and had a line of irresistible music for dancing to keep those who attended on their feet until routed by the sun.
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A Redding police officer pursuing a suspect in a Ford Mustang crashed late this evening at the intersection of Bechelli Lane and South Bonneyview Road, according to California Highway Patrol Sgt. Matt Larsen.
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A Redding police officer pursuing a suspect in a Ford Mustang crashed late this evening at the intersection of Bechelli Lane and South Bonneyview Road, according to California Highway Patrol Sgt. Matt Larsen.
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Foothill High baseball’s Ryan Pollard and Chase Larsen combined to no-hit Lassen in a 7-0 home win Thursday.
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PALO CEDRO — The Wolves are picking up right where they left off last season but with a slightly different look.
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Foothill High hosts a Sac River League prep boys golf meet at the Palo Cedro golf course.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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T.J. Holmes' "Prep Notebook" column breaks down the historic Enterprise High girls basketball team.
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Previewing the 12th annual Cubs Classic softball tournament which features 20 teams across two days.
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Simpson University baseball coach Travis Fortner resigns in the middle of his third season leading the Red Hawks.
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12,000 square feet. 26 rooms.18-foot ceilings. Acreage. Talking about John and Annie Bidwell's mansion, finished in 1868, and shaded by a 150 year-old Southern Magnolia. Worth a drive to Chico for a tour (Saturday - Monday). The mansion circa 1900...
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Reiner Jahr wants to see the Turtle Bay Exploration Park land sale nullified and has signed a petition to force a referendum vote.
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The Obama administration has made a mockery of the president's promise to run a transparent government. But it's not too late for him to redeem himself.
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50-word dash.
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50-word dash.
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50-word dash.
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The real problem isn't that we're stuck being part of California. It's that rural areas aren't properly represented, due to a flawed judicial decision.
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Robbers later lynched by Shasta County mob may have only gotten papers and hats.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Also, check out ideas for your home and garden at the Spring 2014 Home and Garden Show at the Shasta District Fair grounds.
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State officials have issued a notice of violation to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation after an unknown amount of oily water spilled into the Sacramento River from Keswick Dam.
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Tehama County native and Shasta High School graduate Iola Whitlock Brubeck, widow of jazz great Dave Brubeck, has died of cancer at her Connecticut home.
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Classes will help you learn about how to identify native plants.
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A Shasta County jury today found Cody Nash guilty of first-degree murder in the slaying of his aunt, and of assault with a deadly weapon in a brutal attack on his uncle.
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Today was Take 10 at 10 and Again day in the North State.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Seven people were arrested after a raid that yielded small amounts of heroin, methamphetamine, marijuana and more than 50 syringes, agents say.
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A Shasta County jury has found Cody Nash guilty of first-degree murder for killing his aunt.
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Redding Police are searching for a man who robbed the Shell gas station on Hilltop Drive at knifepoint this afternoon.
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A lockdown was lifted at Grand Oaks Elementary School in Shasta Lake this morning after sheriff's deputies determined there was no one on campus with a weapon, as had been reported by a woman with mental health issues, deputies said.
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PBS favorite and Mediterranean music superstar, Pavlo, presents his fiery guitar mastery at the historic Cascade Theatre on Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for this performance are $40 (adults) and $20 (students), available online at www.cascadetheatre.org or by telephone at 530-243-8877. Shasta Live! will als
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Red Bluff fire officials say a blaze caused by a fuel leak destroyed a recently repaired car driven by a 17-year-old boy Wednesday afternoon.
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“How'd you like to go to the roller derby tonight?” Karin asked. I looked up from my computer screen to see if she was serious. “We have a roller derby in town?” I asked. “Yes,” she said, “Nicole just called, and she'll be there.” This was surprising news. But with our daughter, anything is possible. [...]
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The following are on-going volunteer opportunities listed under "Volunteer Opportunity of the Week" in the newspaper on Fridays. Volunteer Opportunities The following are on-going volunteer opportunities listed under "Volunteer Opportunity of the Week" in the newspaper on Fridays. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY Agency: BloodSource V
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An armed Red Bluff citizen detained an alleged burglar at gunpoint Wednesday morning, leading to the suspected thief's arrest, deputies said.
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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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List of support groups in the North State.
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As the Pentagon moves beyond the relatively low-tech wars in the Middle East and turns its attention to future national security challenges, it has doubled down on sophisticated new radar-jamming devices that aim to render adversaries’ air defenses useless.
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Expect a warm day today with north-northwest wind of about 6 mph but becoming calm in the afternoon. The high should be about 78, while the overnight low will dip to about 45. Friday and Saturday will be sunny with highs near 77 each day, while Sunday should be 78 and Monday is expected to be about 79 degrees. The warmer we
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I woke up this morning angry. When did Redding become “The Land of Hell, No”? When did the Turtle Bay/Sundial Bridge Hotel become a common rallying cry for Tea Partiers and unions, as unlikely a couple as you will ever find. In case there is anyone who hasn’t been paying attention, here’s a quick summary [...]
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A roundup of North State sports scores and briefs.
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In 2011, Nathan Thomas met Nathan Sletner and started performing as a duo. After many variations of the group personnel and size, the Nathan Thomas Band was born as a three-piece with Thomas on guitar and vocals, Sletner on drums, and Seth Carlson on Bass. Sletner and Carlson had played music together in various groups over
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In 2011, Nathan Thomas met Nathan Sletner and started performing as a duo. After many variations of the group personnel and size, the Nathan Thomas Band was born as a three-piece with Thomas on guitar and vocals, Sletner on drums, and Seth Carlson on Bass. Sletner and Carlson had played music together in various groups over
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“You Can’t Take It With You,” that charming testament to the transcendent nature of love, was written in 1938 when America was still struggling through the Great Depression.
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“You Can’t Take It With You,” that charming testament to the transcendent nature of love, was written in 1938 when America was still struggling through the Great Depression.
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The motto at Whispering Oaks Vineyard and Winery is: “Not just a taste, an experience.” The vineyard’s tasting room, which opened last November, is already making good on the slogan.
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The motto at Whispering Oaks Vineyard and Winery is: “Not just a taste, an experience.” The vineyard’s tasting room, which opened last November, is already making good on the slogan.
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A family-owned and family friendly steakhouse with servers trained to deliver “Western hospitality,” Harris Ranch meat that’s aged and cut on site (rare at restaurants these days), a menu that also includes creative and surprising appetizers like the fire-roasted artichoke and irresistible desserts — all that and mo
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A family-owned and family friendly steakhouse with servers trained to deliver “Western hospitality,” Harris Ranch meat that’s aged and cut on site (rare at restaurants these days), a menu that also includes creative and surprising appetizers like the fire-roasted artichoke and irresistible desserts — all that and mo
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I had an aunt in Webbers Falls, Oklahoma. (If that town sounds vaguely familiar, it's where the I-40 disaster occurred in 2002.) After my mother died in 1998 I continued writing Christmas cards to her every year though I had no idea who any of the people she re
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A cast of four talented actors carry the show and captivate their Redding audiences during their outstanding performances of the Pulitzer-Prize winning, "Doubt, A Parable" - March 15 through April 5 - at the Riverfront Playhouse. In this brilliant and powerful drama, Sister Aloysius, a Bronx school principal (played masterf
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Gov. Jerry Brown's answer to replacing California's largest economic development tool came to Redding on Wednesday.
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One story I read about the petition drive last week suggested the group was mainly relying on people driving to its Locust Street location. A couple of Facebook messages to Tom Curato yielded this additional info: There are signature gatherers...
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The country needs an independent watchdog to oversee spy activities, set parameters and restore Americans' faith in their government.
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It's a shame that activists have to go to the United Nations to address America's rules against felons voting after serving their time.
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Redding Mayor Rick Bosetti discusses the council majority's vote to sell property to the McConnell Foundation and argues that union opposition is driven by statewide concerns, not local interest.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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In 1914: A legal battle raved over the McArthur fortune. Mary McArthur appealed to the court to save her stock. The case was one of the most interesting heard in the Shasta County Superior court for many months.
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Navigating the path to college can be overwhelming for high school students, but a local organization pointed hundreds of local students in the right direction today.
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Shasta College, is inducted into the California Community College Football Coaches Association (CCCFCA) Hall of Fame.
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A new federally fund program in Redding is offering a myriad of social services to American Indian families in Shasta County.
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A Shasta County jury will begin deliberations Thursday in the murder and attempted murder trial of an Oregon man who has admitted to fatally slitting the throat of his aunt before savagely attacking his uncle with the same butcher knife.
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In a display of bipartisan agreement, Republican Rep. Doug LaMalfa and Democrat Rep. John Garamendi today called for the construction of a reservoir to potentially solve California’s long-term water problems.
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Redding Police officers say a police dog captured a suspect who was hiding in a partially filled hot tub in Anderson Friday.
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Firefighters have contained a vegetation fire near Whitmore this afternoon.
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The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) will be in Redding today to talk about the new California Competes tax credit program, which went live today.
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CLEONE, Calif. (AP) — A Northern California sheriff's deputy was killed Wednesday in a shootout with an armed suspect who fled the scene and was later found dead in an apparent suicide, authorities said.
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From the Facebook page of the wood-fired pizza business: We have come to a final agreement with the City of Redding regarding the installation of the wood fired oven! Once we have a timeline from the contractor, we will finally have an
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Redding Police say one of Shasta's Most Wanted has turned himself in.
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MARYSVILLE, Calif. (AP) — A trio of teens, one of whom is from Redding, who attempted to kidnap another teen planned to sexually assault him as part of a plan to break up his relationship with a girl, authorities said.
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The subject at this day’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors was the proposed county ordinance relating to Medical Marijuana Cultivation. That ordinance (SCC 2014-2) was adopted on January 28, 2014. It would outlaw marijuana cultivation outdoors altogether,
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“It’s whatever lane I’m not in.” As seen near Clear Creek. But seriously, if this is your dog, you should keep it out of the road please.
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I may have mentioned my pair of prized, beaten-up photo albums, the ring-binder type with plastic sleeves.  I sometimes imagine that after I'm gone, my kids will surely fight over those two albums, or I kind of hope they do, because it will mean that they value the books as the historical culinary treasure troves [...]
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I love our repeat clients and the Peter's family is no exception. So much fun to work with and as you can see they photograph beautifully. They were one of our first sessions in our new studio over on the west side! Thanks guys for helping us break in the new space. If you haven't been to the new studio yet, come check us o
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U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa was in Maxwell today with his House counterpart, John Garamendi, to announce a bill they are introducing to build the Sites Reservoir.
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Theories of the whereabouts of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have emerged in the nearly two weeks since the plane's disappearance.
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(Note: This letter to the editor first appeared in the Redding Record Searchlight, March 18, 2014.) I read with great interest your lead articles in the paper of Saturday, March 8th. One article, “Revolt…” talked about the Union and their intent to prevent the Hotel construction project at Turtle Bay. The other articl
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African-Americans are more likely to suffer heart disease and diabetes than whites. The cancer death rate for men is a good deal higher than it is for women. American Indians and Alaska Natives are more likely to smoke tobacco than Hispanics, blacks or whites. And Native Hawaiian adults are less likely to exercise than othe
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Warm weather continues in Redding today with a high near 75 and north-northwest wind of about 5 mph becoming calm in the morning. At night the low will dip to about 45 degrees. Thursday will be mostly sunny with a high near 77 and north wind, while Friday and Saturday will also be about 77 each day. Warm weather should last
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Closing arguments are to be delivered today in the trial of an Oregon man charged with murdering his Redding aunt and nearly killing his uncle during a 2012 attack.
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Taking a look at the Enterprise High's girls basketball team and their run through the NorCal tourney as the No. 1 seed.
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Kevin Askeland's North State Notes column.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The No. 1 Enterprise High girls basketball team hosts No. 4 Florin of Sacramento in a NorCal Division III semifinal game.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Enterprise girls basketball team beat Florin 54-47 at home tonight to advance to NorCal D-III title game on Saturday.
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In this column health damages of crooked teeth is discussed.
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A review of "The Walking Dead: Episode 2 A House Divided" on the Playstation 3.
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APRIL FOOL! Remember last year's first "Forgery Show" in Mount Shasta? You won't want to miss the second annual Art Roster Forgery Show. Twelve Art Roster artists will dazzle you with a variety of styles.
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A recap of some of the events that have taken place in the last two weeks including news of a new Batman game from Rocksteady Studios.
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Nothing more fun than poking around in a newspaper's morgue. Here's a front-page Record Searchlight story from Sept. 21, 2006, focusing on then-Interim CEO Warren's seven-year plan for Turtle Bay. This of course was before the Great Recession, which brought...
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The military has resorted to cutting up its surplus armored vehicles for scrap. And yet Pakistan could really use them. How about a better solution?
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As the GOP heads into an election that could shape America for generations, what's it doing? Forming a circular firing squad. Now it's time to get on the same side and go take the Senate.
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Wes Breese, Redding
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The Dragon will rise from the ashes. WaterWorks Park's newest attraction, destroyed by a fire in late January, is being rebuilt and should be ready when the park opens its 28th season Memorial Day weekend, General Manager Rebecca Ortiz said today.
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Clueless Americans will eventually figure out their Constitution no longer holds. Will it be too late?
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Patrick Jones, I see your city employees carry and raise you a public execution.
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Redding eagles Liberty and Spirit have lost their third and final egg of the season.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Voters throughout Shasta County will determine if outdoor medical marijuana gardens should be allowed in unincorporated areas when they take to the ballot box this fall, county supervisors decided in a unanimous vote today.
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Richard Christoph and Terri Moravec knew things weren’t going right in their downtown Redding neighborhood.
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The Redding City Council tonight voted down a proposal to let city employees carry concealed weapons.
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More high-end apartments are being proposed in Redding. Hilltop Development wants to build seven duplexes on Hilltop Drive just west of the water tower. City Lights would feature two-story units perched on a ridge that overlooks the Sacramento River and
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A Redding teen helped kidnap a Marysville teen at gunpoint on Saturday as part of a plot to help him date the victim’s girlfriend, authorities said.
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Community volunteers have spent years cleaning up and building improvements at Sisson Meadow in Mount Shasta.
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Life hasn’t always been easy for Blake Bennett, a fifth grader at Rother Elementary School who has experienced more hardship and tragedy in his life than many adults. But that hasn’t stopped him from trying to make life a little easier for his friends and classmates.
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Eddie McAllister was honored as the 2014 Leadership Redding Alumnus of the Year for his community involvement as a result his/her Leadership Redding experience.
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With weapons drawn, police are at a Locust Street apartment complex where two men are thought to have barricaded themselves inside.
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Gary and I went into Salvation Army today. I was pawing through yarn and fabrics when an older woman started looking at them too. We chit-chatted about the prices and what a good deal it was and that we should stock up. I said, "I'm waiting for my husband to come over and ask me if I really need this."
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The Shasta Historical Society sold out of its "Wright Time" documentary DVD at Sunday afternoon's jam-packed premiere at the Cascade Theatre. Here's a tweet just received: Get your name on our reservation list for this exclusive brand new DVD production...
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A man wanted by local law enforcement officials for longer than any other offender in the "Shasta's Most Wanted" program has been arrested, police said today.
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by Shannon Koga March 13th, Shasta College students went about their day normally, slapping vending machines, powering through note-taking, and rushing to their classes. But in the quad, an impenetrable bubble formed, locking all who dared to enter in a time-travelling vortex straight to
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Shasta County Board of Supervisors votes to put medical marijuana ban on November ballot.
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A news helicopter crashed into the street and exploded into flames Tuesday near Seattle's Space Needle, killing two people on board, badly injuring a man in a car and sending plumes of black smoke over the city during the morning commute.
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The last of Redding eagle Liberty's eggs is gone, eagle watchers said this morning.
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Here’s another chart we follow that adds to our post from yesterday. Interesting to note that sale price is still 93% of list typically, and that Days on Market is still climbing. Active Median Price seems not to have noticed that Sold Median Price has been in decline.
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Local law enforcement agencies have activated a "silver alert" for an 81-year-old Anderson man who was last seen at his home Monday morning.
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With the recent warm spring afternoons it has many of us, myself included, thinking about planning a summer vacation. Whether it be a family road trip, or a flight to a far off destination, now is a great time to put the plan into motion and save some money in the process. With that in [...]
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Sunny skies and breezy winds are forecast for Redding today. Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say today's high temperature should be around 74 degrees. A 13 to 20 mph north wind is also expected and gusts could be as high as 30 mph. Wednesday's forecast calls for sunny skies with a high temperatur
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What happened in Shasta County on this day in history.
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I keep thinking all day of things that would be interesting to post, but then when I get around to it I can't remember any of them. I suspect this will only get worse as the years go on. A few days ago I came to grips with the reality that I was avoiding doing things. Stuff. Useful endeavors. Getting Things Don
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Redding police have closed down South Street in downtown Redding after a car smashed into a utility pole, knocking down power lines.
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Police expect portions of South Street and Waldon Street in downtown Redding to remain closed until at least 8:30 a.m. today after a crash Monday night.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A suspected drunken driver was arrested early this evening after her sport utility vehicle reportedly slammed into the front of a Hilltop Drive massage parlor and then drove away.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Turtle Bay members just received a link to the following via e-mail. Hotel Project Information and FAQs Turtle Bay seeks to be more self-sustaining and operate on its own. Income generated from the proposed hotel and restaurant will provide the...
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Previewing the NorCal Division III girls basketball semifinal between the No. 1 Enterprise Hornets and the No. 4 Florin Panthers of Sacramento.
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A man has been arrested for the second time this month in Shasta Lake on suspicion of not registering as a sex offender.
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Going scuba diving in a wheelchair, a house made up of recycled materials and honest hackers are just some of this year’s topics at TEDxRedding’s first salon of 2014.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Fire destroyed all but three walls of the Kuebler's Furniture store in Roseburg, Ore., Fire Marshal Tony DiMare said Monday.
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An 18-year-old Redding man accused of stabbing his father to death last year with a kitchen knife pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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The father-and-son team of Jack and Eric Jue hope to bring some stability to the historic French Gulch Hotel.
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Shasta County supervisors have the option Tuesday to repeal a ban on outdoor medical marijuana grows or send it on to voters to decide in elections this November.
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It’s a safe bet that when the Redding City Council hears an argument Tuesday night to allow city employees to carry concealed weapons, neighboring government agencies will be paying attention.
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A Redding 6-year-old has opened her own lemonade stand to help a 12-year-old girl who needs a new kidney.
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Redding Realtor Skip Murphy was recently in Valencia, Spain (lucky guy) and brought back these photos....
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E-mail just received from historian Dottie Smith: Hi everyone, On Wednesday evening at 6:00 I'll be giving a presentation in the conference room at the Redding Library about the history of the Lady of Justice who once stood on the...
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So Mother Jones writes, here. Excerpt: You thought your pot came from environmentally conscious hippies? Think again. The way marijuana is grown in America, it turns out, is anything but sustainable and organic. Check out these mind-blowing stats, and while...
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A Rancho Tehama man reported his home was burglarized sometime between February 10 and Saturday, with about $6,000 in cash and goods stolen, deputies said.
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Here are some essential tips for sellers and aspiring home buyers. Make sure you also lean into your trusted real estate professional for additional insight and guidance. Smart strategies for sellers Putting a home up for sale can be stressful, and some home owners have a hard time making objecti
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Here are some essential tips for sellers and aspiring home buyers. Make sure you also lean into your trusted real estate professional for additional insight and guidance. Smart strategies for sellers Putting a home up for sale can be stressful, and some home owners have a hard time making objecti
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An 18-year-old Redding man accused of stabbing his father to death last year with a kitchen knife pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Get Ready Talk to your mortgage professional about your financial situation and credit history to determine your loan options. It's important to know how much house you can afford based on your down payment and income. A strong letter of pre-approval can really add to your bargai
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Get Ready Talk to your mortgage professional about your financial situation and credit history to determine your loan options. It's important to know how much house you can afford based on your down payment and income. A strong letter of pre-approval can really add to your bargai
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Fire destroyed all but three walls of the Kuebler’s Furniture store in Roseburg, Ore., Fire Marshal Tony DiMare said this morning.
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Q. Does your faith tradition have a holy book or scriptures? If so, what does it contain? Jews are “The People of the Book.” For some, it’s the Tanakh, 24 books comprising the Hebrew Bible, which includes the Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings. For some, it’s the Babylonian Talmud, a detailed compilation — 2.5
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Friends don't let friends rely on strangers for their real estate needs  The average family moves every 5 to 7 years. Whether moving across town or across the country, it's important for you and your family and friends to have an agent you can trust. I am part of an exclusive network of real estat
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Friends don't let friends rely on strangers for their real estate needs  The average family moves every 5 to 7 years. Whether moving across town or across the country, it's important for you and your family and friends to have an agent you can trust. I am part of an exclusive network of real estat
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This part of Valencia Spain is called the City of Arts and Sciences. Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava. Visiting felt immediately familiar to this Reddingite. Here are a few images I captured a couple weeks ago. Click on any to slightly expand.
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Relaxed. That’s the word for 2014 Redding area home sales. This time last year was frenetic by comparison. Multiple offers, quick sales, rising prices. Today, not so much. The rising bars to the right of the chart refl
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Shakespeare posited that music was the language of love. And I agree with that, except music is so much more than that. The language of anger, the language of hope, the language of pain, of joy. And so on. Did you ever wonder why that is? Why has music been an integral part of the [...]
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National Weather Service forecasters have issued a wind advisory for the Redding area this St. Patrick's Day, with gusts up to 25 mph predicted for the day. Skies should be sunny with a high around 69 degrees. At night, expect more wind as the low temperature falls to 47 degrees. Tuesday should be sunny and pleasant with a
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Starting at 9 a.m. today, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area plans to continue prescribed burning in the eastern area of the park.
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In 1914: The city registration for the April election has closed with approximately 1500 names in the four precincts. This is quite a falling off compared with the year 1912, when there were 1722 on the precinct register.
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Stabbing suspect on loose in Shasta Lake
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The Shasta Knights’ Eric Scribner set a stadium record in discus at the De Anza track and field meet Friday.
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Whether or not you're a fly fisherman.......
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The United States and Russia are incapable of seeing Ukraine's crisis in the same way, because they approach it from such opposite perspectives. The result is a dangerous, self-perpetuating escalation.
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Ron Largent argues the benefits of the Sheraton Hotel at Turtle Bay.
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Editorial: So what is Congress's big plan for Ukraine?
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Liberty and Spirit have lost another of their eggs, leaving only one hope for them to produce an offspring this year.
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The Distinguished Service Award is presented to those who have distinguished themselves in the community by seeking the betterment of its citizens.
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A creepy, crawly new program at Shasta College comes with a big payoff.
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A balloon drifts over homes off Dodson Lane in Anderson on Sunday morning as the pilot looks for a place to land.
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Father and son Jack and Eric Jue. They're locals, having lived in the Gulch for 14 years. Wish 'em well! Just back from brunch there -- corned beef hash and eggs special. Hear the prime rib on Saturday night...
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There are three pieces of evidence that aviation safety experts say make it clear the missing Malaysia Airlines jet was taken over by someone who was knowledgeable about how the plane worked.
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The second of Liberty and Spirit's three eggs laid this year is gone, an eagle fan said today.
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of March 16th, 2014. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing. Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves into local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail. Law [...]
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According to family legend, my great-great grandfather, George Convy, brought a piece of sod from the homeland when he emigrated from Ireland in 1866. Now and then, when he was feeling particularly homesick, he would take it out and have a good cry. Normal.dotm 0 0 1 89 508 majestic oak academy 4 1 623 12.0 0 false 18
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From our congressman's Twitter feed: Obama Blew 0 Billion on Global Warming Projects - 80% Went to Top Donors http://t.co/ITrWm6WKrD via @gatewaypundit— Doug LaMalfa (@DougLaMalfa) March 16, 2014...
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Shasta lake sheriff's deputies are looking for the unknown man who is said to have stabbed another man in the stomach just after midnight.
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Phil Fountain is a cartoonist, writer and occasional bed-wetter based in the far reaches of Northern Californey. A News Cafe, founded in Shasta County by Redding, CA journalist Doni Chamberlain, is the place for people craving local Northern California news, commentary, food, arts and entertainment. Views and opinions expre
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MANCHESTER, N.H. — In this small state with a very big legislature, the top official at the association for grocery stores knew he had a lot of people to convince about an important food-labeling bill. But he also had a lot of members on his side
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Expect a high near 79 degrees today with calm wind becoming south at up to 8 mph in the afternoon.
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On Saturday, March 15, 2014, at approximately 8:30 p.m. officers from the Redding Police Department responded to 833 Mistletoe Lane for a reported robbery. Upon arrival, officers contacted Dennis Halkides, 70 years old of Redding, who stated he was the victim of an invasion type robbery.
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A woman painting the doors of a pickup with house paint tipped off Shasta County sheriff's deputies to the location of the stolen vehicle on Saturday.
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Redding police are investigating a robbery that was reported about 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the 800 block of Mistletoe Lane.
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Anderson City Councilwoman Melissa Hunt and Mike and DeAnna Gallagher, who operate Manter House, won the Distinguished Service Award at the 37th annual Anderson Chamber of Commerce Awards on Saturday night.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Enterprise High's girls basketball team hosts Patterson in a NorCal Division III quarterfinal game.
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The No. 10 West Valley High girls basketball team’s underdog run came to an end Saturday evening, falling 44-40 to host and No. 2 Arcata of the North Coast Section in a CIF NorCal Division IV quarterfinal.
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Shasta College baseball hosts Butte College in a doubleheader.
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Hundreds of youths, and some of their parents, got a snapshot of Pixar Animation Studios at the Redding Library on Saturday.
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Call Guinness. Redding has the distinction of having the two closest Denny's diners in the United States. The restaurants straddle Interstate 5, one west of the freeway on East Cypress Avenue, the other east on Hilltop Drive.
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California moves full speed ahead on Common Core -- and that's good news for students.
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Feedback from readers has been funny, straight to the point and poignant.
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A bump into long-loved redwood burl table ends in trip to hospital.
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I laughed out loud the first time I heard Emerson say “awkward.”
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App accesses your social media connections so you can share with friends and friends of friends anonymously.
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Bill Gundy: One of government's most insidious programs is a well-intentioned one. A look at how SSI payments for disabled kids hurt both the kids and their families.
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Robert and Mary Talbott celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on March 16, 2014, with a dinner at Cattleman’s hosted by their children. The Talbotts were married on March 13, 1954 in New Orleans, La.
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Jillian Brunemeier and Ragy Saad, both of Downey, were married on Dec. 28, 2013, at the First Baptist Church in Pasadena. Hisham Kamel and Amir Shawki officiated. The bride is the daughter of John and Mollie Brunemeier of Redding, She graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a bachelor's degree in nursing. S
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Deadly skin cancers found in those exposed to herbicide used in Vietnam war.
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And here's a tip on how unmarried parents can qualify for a health insurance subsidy.
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Boyfriend wants to know whether he should try to get her to quit.
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Donated images will become part of permament exhibit exploring Mount Shasta's past at museum.
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Kids want more, but limits help them explore other options.
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Courses to explore various trails March 25-May 6.
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Letter to the editor.
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Unions, if they want to continue a tradition of positive impact in our community, will stop trying to derail the Turtle Bay hotel project.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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No. 1 Enterprise High girls basketball entertains eighth-seeded Patterson Saturday at 6 p.m. in a CIF NorCal Division III quarterfinal at Manatowa Gymnasium.
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At least one person suffered major injuries in an ATV accident near Jones Valley this afternoon, the California Highway Patrol reported.
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Excerpt from an e-mail from a reader reacting to today's column. Of course this assumes the issue comes to a vote, which won't happen unless the union/REVOLT people really, really hustle: "Hope somebody bright comes up with a powerful slogan...
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Firefighters were sent to an escaped controlled burn this afternoon, off Bootleg Lane in the Montgomery Creek area.
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Shasta College baseball hosts rival Butte Saturday afternoon.
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That's an excerpt from Tom Stienstra's outdoor column in the March 12 issue of the SF Chronicle, here. A visit is almost enough to (temporarily) forget the drought, he writes....
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A Redding man is facing charges of allegedly drugging and then sexually abusing a minor, said officials with the Shasta County District Attorney's Office.
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A Shingletown man died when he crashed his pickup just off of Highway 44 Friday night, say officers with the California Highway Patrol.
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Thomas Corbett may never know what — if anything — from his five years as a heavy-equipment mechanic in the Marine Corps brought on the disease that likely will steal from him the use of nearly every one of his muscles and, sometime in the next several years, his very breath.
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The College Board’s decision to make the essay portion of its influential SAT exam optional is setting off a national debate among colleges and universities about whether to require applicants to take it.
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Expect the day to heat up to 80 degrees with a north-northwest wind up to 7 mph. The night will dip to 48 degrees. Sunday will also be sunny with a high near 78 with a low near 46 at night. Forecasters expect highs in the 70s through Wednesday.
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Despite a long and primarily dry winter, just this week I saw some of the most colorful, lovely and resilient wildflowers - rich yellow Douglas's violets (Viola douglasii 'Steudel') and shooting stars (Dodecatheon sp.). While I know it will not be a banner wildflower year, I know that even the small and few wildflowers that
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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In 1914: Trouble was in store for wire and metal thieves John Nelson and James Corrigan. District attorney Chenoweth was determined to put an end to their activities. Both were accused of stealing wire and fittings from a power company’s substations in Anderson and Cottonwood.
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Previewing Saturday's locally-flavored NorCal quarterfinals, as Enterprise girls host, and West Valley girls and Liberty Christian boys hit the road.
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West Valley High senior Brady Casselman, a fullback and linebacker on the football team, has signed with NAIA's Carroll College in Helena, Mont.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column goes into the world of high school sports in the North State this week, looking at the Enterprise High girls basketball team.
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Local sports scores and briefs
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A man set to appear in this weekend’s Shasta’s Most Wanted list was caught Friday on suspicion of trespassing in Shasta Lake, the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office said.
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A fire has enveloped an SUV and spread into the nearby plants, firefighters say.
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The Gnarly Neon is back, Sign-ups for the May 3, 5K color run at Turtle Bay are being taken online now. Go to our website: www.reddingrecreation.org for all the details.
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It was a spring-like Friday afternoon with crisp blue skies overhead and shamrock-green grass under the feet of about 100 people who gathered for Brent Weaver's latest Redding City Council campaign rally, this one in the Parkview Riverfront Park. This area is known as the location of the historic Free Bridge entrance, which
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To invest in members of today's generation is to save on the cost of their future incarceration. Where do our priorities really lie?
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Marc Beauchamp on the city on the move that once talked Frank Lloyd Wright into designing a church and then built it by hand. Plus, Turtle Bay and McConnell face up to a trust deficit, and one of the few things you'll find anywhere in the world.
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Share your images of your spring flowers and gardens awakening.
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Mulch and windbreaks can help save precious water this drought year.
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On most sunny days hikers walking along the Sacramento River Trail just west of the Sundial Bridge can look out at a little pond just north of the trail and see turtles on a log basking in the sun.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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In what investigators say may have been a case of road rage, a 34-year-old Redding driver is set to stand trial next month on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and hit-and-run in connection with a 2013 traffic incident involving the wife of a Redding police officer.
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The cash race is just warming up in the contest for three seats on the Redding City Council.
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With less than a foot of snow at its lower elevations, Mt. Ashland Ski Area will not open for the first time in its 50-year history, the resort announced Friday.
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The Redding Municipal Airport took on the air of a real-life disaster movie today as authorities staged an emergency preparedness training at the airport’s southern end.
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Foreclosure numbers, both statewide and locally, have been on the decline in recent years. But that doesn't mean the crisis is over. The need for free advice to help families avoid losing their home is still there, according to a nonprofit organization.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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One of the scores of comments on today's story about the start of signature-gathering on the Turtle Bay land sale initiative, by "Reddingite001:: "I'm comparing two instances of ballot-box planning--one project [Knighton Road shopping center] approved by planning commissions and...
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We are excited to be having our first work party at the Redding Dragstrip! These work days will be for some MAJOR clean up. We will need people to bring weed eaters, tools to help repair bleachers, and cleaning supplies like brooms. Please look over the list below of things we need. If you could
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My daughter Jeneah and I watched this over and over when she was young.... Thank God for Darby O'Gill and the little people.
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A Homily Adapted from a previous Homily by Father Tommy Lane.
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Investigators in Siskiyou County have apprehended three youngsters in connection with a weeklong crime spree in Happy Camp, the Sheriff’s Office reported today.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — With Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" and Ridley Scott's "Exodus" preparing to duke it out for Old Testament auteur supremacy, Hollywood's religious renaissance gets off to a none-too-spectacular start with a chewed-over New Testament appetizer called "Son of God." A clumsily edited feature-length version of f
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Authorities made a big discovery this morning. A dead mountain lion weighing an estimated 150 to 180 pounds was found lying off Interstate 5 near Fawndale Road.
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Support Bella Vista Farms Animal Sanctuary by attending its first fundraiser, Sat., May 3, 5 to 8 p.m., at the Cottonwood Community Center in Cottonwood where you will: • Enjoy a delicious homemade spaghetti-and-meatballs dinner with salad, bread and dessert, as well as a no-host bar. Desserts by Doni Chamberlain-Gre
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Hapa will perform March 20 at 8 p.m. at the Pilgrim Congregational Church. Saw these amazing guys on Maui a few years back. An awesome show. Here's a YouTube video that'll give you an idea. What an uplift!...
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Unkind words about our congressman from the writer of the "Angry Poodle" column in the Santa Barbara Independent for LaMalfa's curious legislative support of the southern California Chumash tribe's proposed land deal. Excerpt: Republican Congressmember Doug LaMalfa, a right-wing, homophobic...
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With less than a foot of snow at its lower elevations, Mt. Ashland Ski Area will not open for the first time in its 50-year history, the resort announced this morning.
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The heart is heavy today.  I had to put down Trinity, my 16-year-old border collie. Sixteen years to the day I got her, I've realized.  To celebrate her life, here are a
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The Shasta Chapter of the California Native Plant Society is offering free wildflower identification classes in Redding starting on March 22. Participants will learn to identify wildflowers, shrubs and trees using the plant family method. Families covered will include the pea, parsley, rose, borage, sunflower, lily, mustard
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This family fun event will include live music, great food, and crafts for the young kids. Drive-thru is also available for those that would like to take their delicious Tri-Tip dinner home. Tickets: $10 (PayPal link at www.yvpc.org or in person from the Youth Violence Prevention Council Office (530)244-7
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V-Day Tehama-Shasta will present two live performances of Eve Ensler’s award-winning play, “The Vagina Monologues,” a benefit production to raise funds for Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley (Girls Inc. NSV). The shows take place 7 p.m. March 22 at Old City Hall Arts Center at 1313 Market S
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I just discovered that my daughter dislikes St. Patrick's Day almost as much as I did as a kid, and for the same reason. The dreaded pinch. It was the fear that I'd forget to wear green on the designated day, and end up getting pinched from mean spirited kids until I was covered in [...]
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On some days, Kevin Hunt stands at his Star North gas station in this eye-blink of a town on mighty Lake Superior, marveling at Mother Nature and his own dumb luck. Everywhere he looks: ice and people.
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For years, many Americans followed a simple career path: Land an entry-level job. Accept a modest wage. Gain skills. Leave eventually for a better-paying job.
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Authorities will stage emergency preparedness training today at the south end of Redding Municipal Airport.
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Expect a partly cloudy day with a high near 77 and calm wind. The night's low should drop to 47 degrees. Saturday will be sunny and warm with a high near 80. Sunday should be 79. Temperatures will drop slightly to the low 70s on Monday and a chance of showers is expected Wednesday.
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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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ANDERSON — Faced with a 60 percent cut in its allocation, the Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District is likely to run out of water by the end of June.
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Catching up with Aaron Westlake, a Shasta High graduate who's in MLB Spring Training with the Detroit Tigers professional baseball organization.
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Redding Police are searching downtown Redding for two missing children.
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A candidate vying for one of three seats in the Redding City Council race will put public safety at the center of a rally planned Friday in the Free Bridge area.
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Editorial: It's ridiculous that so many communities in California's hottest, driest regions continue not to monitor their water use.
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Speak Your Piece: Raising the minimum wage to $15 would be a huge benefit to Shasta County and its working class.
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Pilgrim Congregational Church was designed by renowned architect, built by local volunteers.
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And local stages light up with a variety of plays and musicals.
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WASHINGTON — The president of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council challenges critics of President Obama’s Ukraine policy by saying “What are you going to do, send the 101st Airborne into Crimea?” Not exactly subtle. And rather silly, considering that no one has proposed such a thing.
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Conveyor belt stretched from Turtle Bay to Shasta Dam.
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See who was at what recent event in the North State.
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The Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District meets tonight to begin figuring out how to serve its customers with 60 percent less water.
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50-word Dash.
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50-word Dash.
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50-word Dash.
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50-word Dash.
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Win-River Resort & Casino will snuff out smoking Friday. The gaming center off Highway 273 at Canyon Road in Redding will become the largest Indian casino in California to prohibit smoking, General Manager Gary Hayward said.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Anderson High School senior Nina Tucker will be attending the United States Military Academy at West Point after graduation.
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The Shasta Union High School District will issue layoff notices to teachers and staffers after approving possible elimination of five full-time positions and one part-time position for the 2014-2015 school year — more layoffs than other area districts are expecting.
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The defense rested its case today in what was the sixth day of evidence and testimony in the murder trial of an Oregon man who slashed his aunt’s throat with a butcher knife and then near-fatally attacked his uncle at their Redding home nearly two years ago.
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Foreclosure filings in Shasta County in February fell for the second straight month, RealtyTrac reported today.
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In 1914: District Attorney Chenoweth made a written reply to county supervisors, saying they could make legal appropriation against the Iron Canyon project. Chenowith said the county would be justified in taking an unyielding stand to save its land from inundation, destruction and depopulation.
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The defense rested its case this afternoon in the trial of an Oregon man charged with murdering his Redding aunt and nearly killing his uncle in a 2012 attack.
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by Ryan Loughrey   “Any dream you have is not meaningless”- advice from Colleen McShay. Colleen McShay is one of many local artists who submitted and won accolades from the Sixth Annual Sundial Film Festival. Her film, revolving around the character Alice and
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RED BLUFF -- A high-risk sex offender was apprehended today after he took off his GPS ankle bracelet, Tehama County Sheriff's deputies said today.
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Two men have been apprehended on opposite ends of Shasta County for unrelated warrants.
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We are really excited to announce the new operator for Redding Dragstrip, Shirlene Bramson of Bramson Drag Strip!! Most of you are familiar with Shirlene, as she has been an active presence at the strip for many years. This is great news! The City of Redding agrees, and made it official on March 5. Thanks go to
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The California Highway Patrol will set up a check point somewhere in unincorporated Shasta County to evaluate driver’s sobriety and check licenses on March 17 between 10 p.m. and 12 a.m.
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The following are on-going volunteer opportunities listed under "Volunteer Opportunity of the Week" in the newspaper on Fridays. Volunteer Opportunities The following are on-going volunteer opportunities listed under "Volunteer Opportunity of the Week" in the newspaper on Fridays. VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY Agency: BloodSource V
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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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List of support groups in the North State.
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Last week I was dumped. I came home, flipped on the switch, and everything was gone. All my photos, all my mail, all traces of my electronic existence … wiped clean off the screen. I was stunned. Why? I asked? What happened? Oh Windows 8, you perfidious program, where did you go? I peered into [...]
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Expect a high near 77 today with a northwest wind that will become calm in the morning. At night the low will dip to 47. Friday should be mostly sunny and 76. The weekend should be warm with highs hovering at about 80 degrees Saturday and Sunday. Forecasters expect a slight chance of rain by Wednesday.
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Cheerful wildflowers pop up in many places of the North State, but if you want to see them in a big way, go to a big place: North Table Mountain.
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Alger Vineyards & Winery invites you to share in the release of its Celebration Red from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the winery, 31636 Forward Road in Manton. For $39, visitors will get a Latin lunch for two, along with a bottle of Celebration Red.
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Jelly Bread melds elements of desert twang and the urban tones of funk and rock, balanced by exceptional songwriting and storytelling. The band, tapped to perform opening duties this year for some big name musicians, including Robert Cray, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Dragon Smoke, The Motet, Ivan Neville’s Dumpst
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Scandal, suspicion and the perils of gossip all come into play in Riverfront Playhouse’s latest offering, “Doubt, A Parable.”
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Tomorrow will be a red-letter day at Win-River Casino. It'll be the grand opening of the new hotel (already filling up on weekends), the new 24/7 CreekSide Pub & Grill with "flair" bartenders from 9 p.m. to midnight (remember Tom Cruise in "Cocktail?") and, best of all, that's the day the casino is scheduled to go smoke
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In 1914: A bad landslide occurred just south of the Cantara loop, where several slides buried the Southern Pacific tracks for a considerable distance. The northbound Shasta Limited left Dunsmuir shortly before word was received of the slide and was forced to return.
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No. 8 Enterprise High boys basketball hosts ninth-seeded Sir Francis Drake (North Coast Section) in a CIF NorCal Division III first-round playoff at 7 p.m.
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No. 10 West Valley High girls basketball entertains seventh-seeded Bear River (Sac-Joaquin Section) in a CIF NorCal Division IV opening round playoff for the second time in three years. Tip off is at 7 p.m.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Boomerang - Nick's new CD I often say: Nick Ciampi is the reason Craig and I are Still Married.
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Redding police Wednesday night detained a man suspected of shooting toward another man during an altercation near the corner of East Cypress and Victor avenues.
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Redding police say a 47-year-old Redding man fired a gun during a fight and accused the other involved man of the shooting.
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The American Red Cross of Northeastern California will aid a family whose home burned down this afternoon.
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From this story about a proposed skydiving drop zone at Oroville Municipal Airport. One of the reasons (the owners) chose Oroville was the scenery: Lake Oroville, Table Mountain, Lassen Peak, Mount Shasta and nearby rivers."A lot of drop zones don't...
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In 2011, NASA booked a flight for Ames Research Center Director Simon “Pete” Worden to fly first class from Washington D.C. to San Francisco. Cost of the one-way ticket: $14,773, versus the $189 average coach fare. Although the trip is reported in NASA’s annual travel disclosure, the agency now says the flight never h
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No. 9 Drake defeated No. 8 Enterprise 63-62 tonight in the CIF NorCal Division III first-round basketball playoff at Manatowa Gymnasium.
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After guiding Shasta County sheriff’s deputies to the area where she discovered human skeletal remains, Linda McCoskey returned to her Whitmore home and got on her computer to do a search of missing persons.
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Independent counsels — special prosecutors, if you will — have fallen into disuse in Washington, the two biggest criticisms of them being that they took too long and tended to veer off course in pursuit of wrongdoing.
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WASHINGTON — To read about the Duke University freshman turned adult film star is to feel nostalgic for the bygone age of dormitory parietals that barred the opposite sex from visiting the rooms of well-brought-up young ladies.
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Students and others learned about healthy foods and the importance of exercise at the Lean-N-Green Day at Redding City Hall this morning.
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Eight local law enforcement officers commended by their peers for outstanding performance will be honored Thursday during the annual Peace Officer of the Year awards.
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Property once proposed for a large water bottling plant in McCloud is in escrow, raising the hopes of residents that the potential sale could spur an economic revival in this former lumber town.
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Mosquito season is bad enough, but mosquito control districts across the state face a new challenge that could make it even worse — the threat of yellow fever.
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Phil Norton, Palo Cedro
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Bill McPherson, Redding
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Joe Branston, Redding
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A Redding-based nonprofit has donated $50,000 to Mercy Medical Center's robotic surgery program, which is used for minimally invasive procedures often on cancer patients.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Parole was granted today by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Board of Parole for a convicted killer and former Charles Manson associate.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say they've arrested two people suspected of growing more than 600 plants in Ono today.
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LONGMONT, Colo. - A carjacking and kidnapping suspect is in custody after a wild police chase through the Denver metro area that started after a minivan with a child inside was stolen. The 4-year-old boy was found safe after the suspect jumped out of the minivan and carjacked the second of three vehicles.
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Lost, misplaced, or ran away: my initiative. If located, please return it.
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Emergency crews this morning are heading to a four-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 near the North Street exit in Anderson.
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The Board of Supervisors on this Tuesday acted to protect a $24 million industry. At the request of Supervisor Pam Giacomini, the Board approved a letter to the U.S. Department of Agriculture concerning the recently established Emergency Conservation Program. The program is designed to provide drought relief to livestock pr
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A woman who suffered severe burns after attempting to take her own life in a home explosion earlier this week remained in critical condition at UC Davis Medical Center this morning, a nursing supervisor said.
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Q. If it were possible, how would you change or improve your faith? I would create a co-equal role for women as deacons, priests and bishops. No lesser approach would be satisfactory to honor and enlist every human creature in creating and sanctifying the world as the kingdom of God. I remember the distinct dishonor and dis
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A Redding man is behind bars after police say he brandished a weapon at officers and fled into the Sacramento River south of town in an attempt to evade capture.
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The New York City fire department is on the scene of a possible explosion and building collapse in East Harlem.
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Expect a high of 76 today under sunny skies. Winds should be north-northeast about 5 to 9 mph. The night's low should dip to 45 degrees. Expect more sun Thursday with a high near 74. Friday will warm to 76 while Saturday should be 81.
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When I think of St. Patrick's Day, two memories come to mind. First is when friend Jim put green food coloring in his kids' milk to celebrate the day while their mom was away at school and Jim was in charge of breakfast. The second was how shocked I was to attend classes at Chico [...]
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In 1914: The McArthur family planned to fight the continuance of a lawsuit. This celebrated suit centered on claims of the widow of Archibald McArthur for her share in stock owned by her husband in the McArthur company, about which there had been much litigation.
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The Northern Section's all-league basketball teams are announced.
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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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On February 3, 2014, horseback riders in the area of Whitmore located the skeletal remains of what they believed to be a human being. Detectives from the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit responded and confirmed the bones were human. The remains were collected by the coroner’s office pending identificatio
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Preview of the Enterprise High boys basketball and West Valley girls home CIF NorCal playoff games, set to tip off at 7 p.m. Wednesday night.
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Shasta County sheriff’s deputies say they arrested two people after finding methamphetamine and a stolen dirt bike at a home in the city of Shasta Lake.
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Keep area around them weed free, keep them from freezing in winter and never prune one kind of citrus.
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Add forest fire recovery to the list of things affected by the drought.
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Stew, Irish soda bread and a cheese tart bring the tase taste of Ireland to your table.
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Joan Manning: Remember when a woman couldn't be hired if she was over 35, and could be fired for becoming pregnant? There's still progress to be made.
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Thomas Sowell: The left cares more about its precious unions and ideologies than about flesh and blood minority kids. The war on charter schools proves it.
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Voters will likely have the final say whether to ban outdoor medical marijuana grows in Shasta County when they take to the ballot box this fall.
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A man in his late 40s or early 50s attempted to take his own life this morning when he stabbed himself in the chest with a knife inside the U.S. District Courthouse building in Redding.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Less than four weeks after she moved into her apartment on Magnolia Avenue in Redding, Karin Storm is reluctantly hunting for a new place to lease.
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With the prosecution resting its case today in the murder trial of Cody Nash, the 32-year-old Oregon man took the witness stand for about two hours, confessing to coldly cutting his aunt’s throat before attacking his uncle in their Redding home almost two years ago.
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The Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District is meeting Thursday to begin trying to figure out how to serve its customers with 60 percent less water.
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Editorial: The Supreme Court's ruling that abandoned rail easements should go back to their original owners is a major disruption to the country's huge and popular network of trails that have sprung up where trains once passed.
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A three-alarm fire is burning in San Francisco's China Basin neighborhood, sending a plume of black smoke high into the sky.
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Letter to the editor: Unions shuse out-of-towners to oppose our local museum.
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The human remains found last month in Whitmore have been identified as those of Gale Fisher, authorities announced today.
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A man wanted in connection with the Friday stabbing death of a friend in Sacramento may be on his way to the Redding area, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department.
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It wasn't too long ago that one of every two home sales in Shasta County was a foreclosure or short sale. Times have changed dramatically. California's distressed housing market is a shadow of what it was at the height of the Great Recession, the California Association of Realtors (CAR) reported
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Three more of Shasta’s “Most Wanted” suspects were taken into custody on March 9, the Redding Police Department announced today.
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A bump into long-loved redwood burl table ends in trip to hospital.
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Redding police say a 48-year-old man tried to kill himself today inside the US District Court building on Bechelli Lane by stabbing himself in the chest.
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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 are expanding their search for a missing Malaysia Airlines plane to the Malacca Strait, far from its last confirmed location, the airline said Tuesday, injecting new mystery into an investigation that so far has failed to come up with any answers.
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President Barack Obama is hamming it up online to promote his health care plan.
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A missing 13-year-old from Red Bluff has been found safe in Illinois.
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A fire destroyed a garage and damaged four vehicles early today off Oasis Road near Lake Boulevard in north Redding.
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Sunny skies along with breezy winds are forecast for Redding and the surrounding region today by the National Weather Service in Sacramento. Today's high temperature should be around 70 degrees. But, forecasters say, a 15 to 24 mph north wind is expected with gusts as high as 32 mph. Those winds will begin diminishing tonig
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The trial of an Oregon man charged with murdering his aunt and nearly killing his uncle in a 2012 attack resumes today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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The adage "opposites attract" never rings as true as when I'm on a design job that involves working with a couple. From my design viewpoint, I can appreciate each person's design differences. The mix of tastes and preferences adds flair to what could be an otherwise predictable space. Let's say one person is drawn to [...]
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In 1914: The Redding band, told the City Council it would not have anything to do with the carnival coming in June and would not boost the carnival. They said the time and effort to put it into was not worth it.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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We go weeks and weeks without seeing friends on an arranged basis. Yes, we run into people in the supermarket, but that isn't quite the same as visiting at someone's house or going out to lunch. But this past weekend, we had plans for all three nights. What could go wrong? *Cue sounds of shark music*
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Petitions seeking to place a medical marijuana referendum on the November ballot contain enough valid signatures from Shasta County voters to do so.
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Fishermen haul in a fish today while fly fishing in the Sacramento River near the Sundial Bridge. Recent rains have increased flows in the river, even while the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has dialed back Sacramento River releases from Keswick Dam from earlier this year. The bureau said today 2,554 cubic feet per second were
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is holding drawings for several special wild turkey hunts this month.
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A woman whose home was broken into by a suspect who resumed burglaries less than an hour after his release from Shasta County Jail is upset jailers let him out so quickly.
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Cottonwood 10-year-old Destiny Heggie got hundreds of presents for her birthday last week - but they're all going to someone else.
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EUREKA, — One of the largest earthquakes to hit California in decades rattled the state's northern coast, but its depth and distance from shore reduced the impact on land, where there were no reports of injuries or damage, scientists and authorities said on Monday.
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A 51-year-old woman trying to take her life sustained serious burns in an explosion at her home in the 3700 block of East Keswick Dam Road.
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The search for an Oregon woman who was last seen in Siskiyou County has entered its second week.
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Redding native Amanda Mooneyham, 27, is about to graduate from medical school at UC Davis after five years of studies with special technology to accomodate her hearing loss.
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From the moment Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed America’s first minimum wage law in 1938 (25 cents per hour, or $11 a week), conservatives have fought increases.
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Letter to the editor: Clearcuts threaten California's water.
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Letter to the editor: "Drought" is a political invention.
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The best way to hobble Vladimir Putin's empire fantasies turns out to be great for our economy, too -- export more of our energy to Europe.
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by Shannon Koga Shasta College has a multitude of Student Success Workshops, all focusing on the most basic computer skills to tips and tricks to improving both your academic and personal lives. One such workshop is the Stress Reduction workshop, run by communications professor Crystal Hilton. Th
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Siskiyou County Sheriff Jon Lopey said today that authorities have not abandoned the search for a 27-year-old Oregon woman who was last seen more than a week ago.
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I "Buzzed" Sunday about the long odds Redding, or any city in California, had at landing Tesla's battery-manufacturing plant. The Los Angeles Times breaks down
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Perpetually struggling Amtrak wants to give up to 24 writers a free sleeper car, a desk and a picture window on a long-distance route as part of its new "residency" program. Details here. And here's a link to Wallace's famous...
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A woman whose home was broken into by a suspect who resumed burglaries less than an hour after his release from Shasta County Jail is upset jailers let him out so quickly.
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Rescue helicopters and ships searching for a Malaysia Airlines jet rushed Monday to investigate a yellow object that looked like a life raft. It turned out to be moss-covered trash floating in the ocean, once again dashing hopes after more than two days of fruitless search for the plane that disappeared en route to Beijing
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“Go! Get down there!” After 30 minutes, I caved in to the voice, grabbed my camera and took off to see the eagles at Turtle Bay. They were soaring high and majestically. This is why the Lord nudged me to get down here! He wanted to bless me today! People often stop to ask what [...]
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a 50 percent chance of rain today before 11 a.m. and an otherwise partly sunny day in Redding. The high should be about 66 degrees, falling to 46 degrees overnight. There will be a light wind up to 5 mph during the day. New rainfall will be less than a tenth of an inch. By Tuesda
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A 51-year-old woman trying to take her life sustained serious burns in an explosion at her home in the 3700 block of East Keswick Dam Road.
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Our video for The Best Damn Man is up on the Couch by Couchwest website.  Tune in all week for an eclectic, entertaining collection of independent music. Click he
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1939: Stricken with influenza, three inmates of the Shasta county jail were removed to the county hospital Thursday night. It was decided to take them to the hospital to prevent a spread of the disease throughout the jail.
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A 6.9 earthquake located about 40 miles west of Eureka struck this evening at 10:22 p.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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A 6.9 earthquake located about 40 miles west of Eureka struck this evening at 10:18 p.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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Three Simpson University wrestlers were named All-Americans at the weekend NAIA national championships in Topeka, Kan.
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The CIF state basketball playoff brackets are released.
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Here are the details. BW_FREEBRIDGEFLYER_R2.pdf...
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Opinion column.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Vietnamese aircraft spotted what they suspected was one of the doors of a missing Boeing 777 on Sunday, while troubling questions emerged about how two passengers managed to board the ill-fated aircraft using stolen passports.
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The headline number, the jobless rate, rose to 6.7 percent from last month’s five-year low of 6.6 percent. In the perverse way of economic statistics, that slight increase was actually a good thing because more unemployed workers were confident enough about finding jobs to go out looking for one.
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A lifetime collecting insects taught Shasta County man patience and integrity.
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Of the seven Simpson University wrestlers who qualified for the NAIA Nationals and made the trip to Topeka, Kansas, this past weekend, three returned with All-American honors.
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To ring in spring, Bob and Jackie Douglas, owners of Tehama Oaks Vineyard & Winery in Red Bluff will be hosting their Tehama Oaks Wildflowers and Wine Spring Celebration on Saturday, March 15 from 2:00 to 6:00 pm. “We’re opening our quaint little winery to introduce people to our quality wines,” says Bob, Tehama O
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Rita and her accompanist/husband, Sean Feder, will return home for a special KKRN fundraising concert on Saturday, March 22nd.  Rita on guitar and harmonica, and Sean on dobro (resophonic guitar) and banjo, will deliver a special evening of original acoustic music, including many stories of Rita’s childhood in o
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The acclaimed Celtic Group returns to the Cottonwood Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, March 11th. Traditional musicians Colleen Raney, Johnny B. Connolly, Stuart Mason, and John Weed will once again perform in the Northstate.  A mashup of Molly’s Revenge and the Colleen Raney Band, Story Road blends a lively brew o
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In 1957, while Frank Lloyd Wright was overseeing the design of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, he responded to an inquiry regarding a request to design a church in Redding, California, a community with a population at the time of only 12,000 people. After a year-long search and frustrating interviews with eight othe
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of March 9th, 2014. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing. Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves into local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail. Law [...]
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The public is invited to the Redding Cooperative Preschool's annual rummage sale, held Saturday, March 15, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. inside the Trinity Lutheran Church at 2440 Hilltop Drive in Redding. All kinds of treasures will be for sale, including baby and children's items, small household items, clothes and
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Homily - 1st Sunday of Lent (Year A)First Reading: Genesis 2: 7-9, 3:1-7           Second Reading: Romans 5:12-19             Gospel Reading: Ma
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DecodeDC digs into the details of the federal budget.
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Amid a surge of Islamic militancy in North Africa, a team of fewer than 50 U.S. special operations troops with a single helicopter arrived at a remote base in western Tunisia last month.
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The rain will take a final swing at Redding today and it could get a bit wet. That's because forecasters expect as much as a half-inch of precipitation to hit the area between the day and night. Today's high should be about 60 degrees. Rain could linger into Monday, though forecasters expect a quick warmup under sunny skies
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“I’ve decided to recommit to Redding.” When this phrase came up in two separate conversations recently, it gave me pause. One was with a thirty-something who grew up elsewhere but has lived in Redding for several years. The other was with a twenty-something who is originally from the area. Both are talented at their w
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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The military fought well in Vietnam, and for the right reasons. Let's not let the political mistakes be repeated in Afghanistan.
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Neel Kashkari is young, smart, accomplished, articulate and relatively moderate, and embodies California’s incredible cultural diversity.
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When, how and why did the Ted Nugent and his brand of crazy become the Texas brand?
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CHICO — Aubrey Mendonca has defined what leadership is for the West Valley High girls basketball program.
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CHICO — After a postseason where the Eagles shocked the section, it was only fitting that Emily Sperou finished the championship run.
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He might have lost his job as Stillwater Business Park's top marketer, but John Troughton of Cushman & Wakefield is still pitching it.
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Local union officials say they expect to be out in the community by the end of this week to gather the signatures to force a referendum on City Hall’s land deal with the McConnell Foundation at Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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Also, you likely won't be able to skip commercials so easily with DISH service.
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Mom goes on auto pilot and kids act up during family reunion.
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Also, even if angler didn't catch a sturgeon this year, he still has to turn in report card.
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Gnarly Run registrations are on.
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Jessica Possehn and Trevor Cadogan, both of Roseville, were married on Oct. 26, 2013, at the Kaanapali Coffee Farm in Maui, Hawaii. Laki Kaahumanu officiated. The bride is the daughter of Dennis and Donna Possehn, of Anderson. She graduated from West Valley High School in 1998, and from Sonoma State University in 2002. She
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Health scare sends man to the hills to get walking and healthy.
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Also, March 31 deadline for enrollment stands firm -- for now.
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Use above-the-neck and below-the-neck guide to determine whether your kid should sit out the game.
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Panel says online courses are OK under certain circumstances, but it's best to attend "real" classes.
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After it rains buckets, small gauge is mysteriously empty.
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Second book by Terry Shames explores evil goings-on in small Texas town.
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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.
Date of birth: March 10, 1990 Vitals: 6 feet, 2 inches; 180 pounds; brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Possessing a controlled substance
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Date of birth: Nov. 7, 1987 Vitals: 5 feet, 4 inches; 135 pounds; brown hair, hazel eyes Charge: Grand theft
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Date of birth: July 14, 1969 Vitals: 6 feet, 2 inches; 215 pounds; blond hair, blue eyes Charge: Burglary
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Date of birth: Aug. 23, 1989 Vitals: 6 feet; 145 pounds; brown hair, brown eyes Charge: Vehicle Theft
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Date of birth: Sept. 19,1990 Vitals: 5 feet, 8 inches; 160 pounds; blond hair, blue eyes Charge: Vehicle theft
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Few challengers will make a bid for 14 county-level seats up for a vote this June in Shasta County.
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CHICO -- The No. 5 West Valley High girls basketball team defeated No. 2 Corning 38-34 in overtime today, earning its second Northern Section championship in three years.
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In 1914: 66,290 trees of assorted varieties were imported to Shasta County within that past year. Most of them arrived in the previous few weeks and more were expected. Also coming in to the county were 14 railroad cars carrying 3,981 sacks of Oregon potatoes and 13 sacks of alfalfa and clover seed.
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Patrizzia Fox-Beaudet of Cottonwood won today's regional Spelling Bee in Redding and will advance to the national competition in Washington, D.C.
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CHICO — For a moment, it seemed the Warriors’ 19-year drought would end.
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A French Gulch family, so I learned today. Here's a link to their Facebook page. Wish 'em well....
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The No. 3 Mercy High girls basketball team faces top-seeded Westwood in the Northern Section Division VI championship game Saturday at 11 a.m. at Chico State University's Acker Gym.
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Picture of the fire-roasted artichoke at Cattlemens on Hilltop, a house specialty. I've had nothing quite like it. Basted with olive oil and served with gaucho aioli dipping sauce....
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Today my guest is Rosa Maicas, a certified permaculture designer and the founder of the educational non-profit Perma-Fun-K. Perma-Fun-K offers hands on permaculture workshops and lectures for children and adults in California and Spain. Today Rosa joins us to talk about a series of permaculture lectures – open to the publ
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Want to wake up to the sound of bacon sizzling on the stove with its aroma drawing you out of bed? There's an app for that.
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Today will be partly sunny, with a high near 74, before the late afternoon brings a 40 percent chance of rain, according to the National Weather Service.
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The CIF State wrestling championships begin in Bakersfield.
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Local sports and briefs.
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No. 1 Enterprise High girls basketball faces third-seeded Red Bluff at 6 p.m. at Shasta College in the Northern Section Division III finals.
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Side commentary on the historic Shasta-Enterprise championship game.
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No. 3 Enterprise High boys basketball battles fourth-seeded Shasta in the Northern Section Division III championship at Shasta College at 7:45 p.m. PHOTOS: 2 or 3 for paper by Greg VIDEOS: 2 for online Live Tweets
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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No. 1 Liberty Christian boys basketball faces No. 2 Mount Shasta at 4:15 p.m. Friday in the Northern Section Division V finals.
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The No. 4 Shasta High boys basketball team and No. 3 Enterprise, archrivals, meet in the Northern Section Division III championship game for the second straight year Friday.
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If you know anything about its history, the Shasta Historical Society wants to hear from you, according to the society's latest monthly newsletter. Send any info you have to: Shasta Historical Society, 1449 Market St., Redding CA 96001, or call...
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Was it only four months ago — Nov. 3, to be precise — that we convened in this space to mark the end of Daylight Saving Time, remind people to set their clocks back an hour and participate in the mass delusion that we were thereby gaining an extra hour of sleep?
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It would seem Rep. Doug LaMalfa is quickly learning how to feed the press corps in Washington, D.C.
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Genetic drift makes it impossible to ensure certain seeds don't contain genetically engineered DNA.
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Also, rainy days good time to start working in garden.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Parents, community turn out to show support for effort to build amphitheater for outdoor lessons.
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Attorney says his injuries are punishment enough and he has given up his amateur chemistry hobby.
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Sculpture placed at memorial. Next up will be creation of a healing garden.
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Organizers have tight deadline to gather thousands of valid signatures.
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Panel weighs on what they think it means to fear God.
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Local champ from 2012 to compete against 36 other spellers for trip to national bee in Washington, D.C.
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Job gains in retail not enough to offset losses in other sectors.
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In 1914: A merchant hawking a railroad car of bananas on the sidetrack in the Redding yards refused to pay City Clerk Henry Woodrum $3.85 for personal taxes. After much parlaying, the banana man left with his railroad car, damning the town.
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The No. 1 Enterprise High girls basketball team looks for its second straight Northern Section Division III championship, facing No. 3 Red Bluff Friday at 6 p.m. at Shasta College in the title game.
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Firefighters say a hay truck has been reported on fire on Highway 299 near Hatchet Summit this afternoon.
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The No. 1 Liberty Christian boys basketball team is battling for its third straight Northern Section Division V championship.
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By Jenny Brewer photo from http://www.dailytech.com/Typing+Secret+Word+Will+Kill+Almost+Any+App+in+Apples+OS+X+Mountain+Lion/article29819.htm The buzz around campus is all about the recent mountain lion sightings. Imagine being in class and receiving a text message, and not just any text. One tha
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California Highway Patrol officers say they have cornered a suspect they had been searching for near Bella Vista Elementary School.
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The Redding man who blew off his hand last month while reportedly making rocket fuel at his Chaparral Drive mobile home was sentenced today under a negotiated plea bargain to three years’ unsupervised probation.
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Authorities says they've arrested two more people Thursday who were featured in the Shasta's Most Wanted campaign targeting those convicted of a crime who skip out on sentencing.
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The oppourtunities to particpate in organized team sports for homeschooled students are increasing. Austin Avery is a swimmer for American Christian Academy, a homeschool program, who has seen the opportunities continue to improve.
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Was forwarded this invitation: Personal Invitation from Tapas Downtown: Tapas Final Farewell When: March 7th -Friday 6:00 Where: Tapas Downtown Details: • Live DJ by RJ • Bounty of sweet and savory Tapas • Chef Roast • Recipe Sharing •...
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RED BLUFF - Fire investigators in Red Bluff suspect humans are to blame for an early morning building near the downtown area.
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With the remake of astronomer Carl Sagan's "Cosmos" TV series at hand, the opening minutes of "Contact," the Jodie Foster movie based on his book......
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DAVIS, Calif. (AP) — University of California students who drink coffee to get through the day will soon be able to study the science behind the beverage.
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A man who was sitting and dancing on a power pole Thursday in Oxnard was lifted to safety, officials said.
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Failure. I wrote the word “Failure” in large block letters just beneath the cheery cursive greeting: “Hello my name is”, peeled off the label backing and slapped it on the left side of my chest as I stood up to begin walking silently among a hundred strangers. We were all walking silently as if we [...]
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Thom Bieniek remembers when he had to go by the name “Marissa” just to communicate with his partner, Tyler Bieniek, during Tyler’s combat deployment in Afghanistan in 2009.
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Redding will see mostly sunny skies today and a high near 73.
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In 1914: Shasta County would have the greatest mineral exhibition at the 1915 state fair. M.E. Dittmar, Shasta County exhibitions commissioner, was collecting minerals from Shasta County for the commission. Dittmar said the asbestos fields of northwestern Shasta, as yet undeveloped, would be given much attention at the expo
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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A car severed a power pole's base, causing wires to dangle close to the ground tonight.
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Previewing the CIF state wrestling championships.
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Previewing the D-III, D-IV and D-VI girls and D-V boys Northern Section basketball championships, Friday and Saturday.
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For the second straight year, No. 4 Shasta High boys basketball and archrival and No. 3 Enterprise meet in the Northern Section Division III championship game.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Video promo for the March 16 screening of a documentary on the building of the Pilgrim Congregational Church, the last church designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. An extraordinary story of an extraordinary congregation, that basically built the church by...
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Charles Loftus got good deal on land that he turned into a fruit-producing ranch.
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Business news from around the North State.
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Jury hears murder defendant's interviews with detectives.
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Grand jury seeks volunteers.
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The Shasta Builders Exchange is leading an effort to build a courtyard on the campus of Pioneer High School in Redding.
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Fall River Mills district gets smaller area than it first sought, but officials say they're pleased with long-awaited outcome.
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Jefferson would be short in cash, high in expenses, "Six Californias" report finds, while Silicon Valley would be sitting pretty.
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Families can save up to $22,000 through program.
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Also learn dog-friendly gardening tips at Turtle Bay.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Shasta Historical Society to premier film on March 16 at the Cascade Theatre.
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Horse back riders find remains of woman along trail, and question why Shasta County Sheriff's Office has so far been silent about discovery.
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Authorities say they’ve made the 100th arrest under the Shasta’s Most Wanted, the program targeting people who are no-shows for sentencing after being convicted of a crime.
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Emergency crews responded to a four-vehicle non-injury collision near Shasta College this morning.
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by Jenny Brewer On February 25, a speaker by the name of Dr. Mukesh Kapila spoke at Shasta College.  I heard about the event through my History of Mexican Americans professor, Chris Rodriguez. It was said to be about the genocide in Darfur. I literally had no idea where Darfur was, but I did k
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The scheduled March 25 federal trial of a former Anderson police officer charged with raping a Millville woman he was taking to Shasta County jail in May 2010 has been postponed until June 10 in U.S. District Court.
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Sheriff’s deputies are seeking a 28-year-old Redding man wanted for slashing another man late Wednesday after a fight at a home just north of Anderson, they said.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies arrested a wanted felon after finding him carrying a loaded handgun during a traffic stop in the Happy Valley area.
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I guess there's an ultra-hip, high-priced music/art festival going on in Austin, Texas, next week -- South-by-something-or-other. What if you're a starving artist, paying mortgage and tuition, and you can't drop everything to head to Austin and spend the week rubbing elbows with movers and shakers, posting part
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He was sitting on a bench by the glass door, his face buried in his hands, and he let out a sigh. I recognized him as one of my students. “Hello!” I said, and he jerked upright. “Oh. Hello, Mr. Lightfoot.” I slowed my pace, stopped, and studied him. His face was blank, hard to [...]
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Rain will start to taper off today, giving Redding at least one sunny and warm day. Forecasters say there's a 50 percent chance of showers today with a quarter of an inch of rain possible. Sun returns Friday and brings a high temperature of about 72 degrees. Saturday will also be warm, though a 30 percent chance of rain is
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Artist Michelle Sparks is 66 years old, but it’s been in the last five years that she has begun to pursue her dreams. Sparks has always been interested in art. She took some classes in high school, but didn’t seriously consider pursuing a career in art until her husband died in 2004. In 2008, she enrolled at Shasta Coll
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This Saturday's Sundial Film Festival will be a celebration of the world through the eyes of North State film makers and photographers. They have scanned horizons from their own backyards to byways of the African continent and have conjured incredible visual tales to be told in film and print at the Cascade Theatre.
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Situated in an 1800s-era building across from the Tehama County Courthouse, the Round Up Saloon in downtown Red Bluff feels like just that — a place you'd call a saloon rather than a bar. Once you make it through the tall, wooden doors with antique knobs, however, you'll find a young manager putting a modern spin on being
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Can’t decide whether to have Japanese or Chinese for lunch, dinner or take-out? Choose Chu’s Too in downtown Redding. Fans say it’s got some of the best sushi and Chinese food in town.
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In 1914: Jefferson Spaulding of Redding died at age 70. He made fortunes in the mines but lost them. He built the first ice works in Redding, but was swindled out of the plant by a dishonest partner.
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No. 5 West Valley High boys basketball goes to No. 1 Corning for a Northern Section Division IV semifinal at 8 p.m.
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No. 11 Central Valley High girls basketball heads to second-seeded Corning for a Northern Section Division IV semifinal at 6:30 p.m.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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No. 1 Foothill High boys basketbal entertains district foe and fourth-seeded Shasta in a Northern Section Division III semifinal at 7 p.m.
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A roundup of North State news briefs.
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After completing a rough count of some 1,495 petition pages, Shasta County Elections officials Wednesday said 12,287 signatures had been collected in support of a medical marijuana referendum that would place a cultivation ordinance passed by supervisors in January on the ballot this November.
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The No. 5 West Valley High boys basketball team travels to top-seeded Corning Wednesday at 8 p.m. in a Northern Section Division IV semifinal.
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Follow live updates on the Northern Section Division III semifinal between No. 1 Foothill and No. 4 Shasta.
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The No. 11 Central Valley High girls basketball team hopes to shock the North State Wednesday night, traveling to No. 2 Corning for a Northern Section Division IV semifinal at 6:30 p.m.
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New location drawing more residents to check out facility -- and books.
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A roundup of North State business news in brief.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Jason Dunn faces at least seven years in state mental facility.
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Cody Nash is believed to have used two knives in fatal attack on aunt, near-deadly attack on his uncle.
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Holding on to outdated weapons and troop levels is not the way to keep America safer, and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's proposals deserve careful consideration.
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Startup companies hatched from the vision of an entrepreneur can play a significant role in growing a community's economic base.
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Whiskeytown, Lassen both bring jobs and money to region, report also finds.
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Shasta County had a mix bag of results in a survey published Wednesday that gauged counties' availabilty of tobacco, alcohol and produce.
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WASHINGTON — Kerry Kennedy was just acquitted, and rightly so, of “drugged driving” -- she mistook a sleeping pill for her thyroid medication and conked out at the wheel.
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RENO, Nev. -- Police said today they caught a man wanted out of Shasta County for alleged sex crimes with a child.
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The Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office said it arrested two men early today following a stabbing at a parking lot near a bar in Dunsmuir.
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Redding Police said today that officers have made their 99th arrest of one of Shasta's Most Wanted.
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Today we talk with Scott Leak of Redding. Many of you will recognize his name as a talented north state photographer. But this conversation has to do with his physical transformation; what he's doing and why.
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Our intrepid Redding City Council reporter was unable to attend Tuesday's council meeting. Click here to read the story reported by KRCR.   This is an overview drawing of the proposed hotel site.
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It was another brief meeting on March 4, 2014. In case you worry about the wisdom of convening a meeting at all, a review of the Consent Calendar is in order. The Consent Calendar was considered after acknowledgement of the March Employee of the Month (Al Cathey, Supervising Engineer, Department of Public Works) and adoptio
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From USA Today's obit on Sherwin Nuland, author of award-winning "How We Die," dead of prostate cancer Monday at 83: Too many people, he wrote, die in hospitals surrounded by "the beeping and squealing monitors, the hissing of respirators and...
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Anderson police say they arrested a 40-year-old woman late Tuesday on suspicion of DUI after she crashed into Vittles restaurant just off Interstate 5 at North Street.
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ANDERSON – Shasta Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (SWRR) organization announces it will host its annual Baby Shower and Open House from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 5, 2014, at the wildlife center in Anderson River Park. The event includes special tours of the facility only conducted at this time of y
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Only one boat on Big Bear Lake has a liquor license, and it's underwater. The pirate ship tour boat sank under the weekend's barrage of rain, snow and high wind in Southern California.
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Expect up to a half inch of rain in Redding today. The high temperature should be about 61 with a south wind of about 7 mph in the morning. Another half inch of rain is expected overnight. The low should be about 51 and winds will pick up, with gusts of about 30 mph possible. Showers are expected Thursday before 4 p.m. Redd
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The Redding City Council on Tuesday approved a licensing agreement with Bramson Drag Strip to operate the quarter-mile track east of Redding Municipal Airport.
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I'm honored to be hosting a friend's upcoming, significant birthday party. It's a good thing I love a culinary challenge, because the party girl requests we work the menu around some guests' dietary restrictions. Our goal:  Prepare delicious appetizers and desserts that are both gluten- and dairy-free, oh, and we need
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No. 1 Anderson girls host No. 5 West Valley in a Northern Section Division IV semifinal.
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The Redding City Council tonight accepted the McConnell Foundation’s $600,000 offer for 14.17 acres of land the city leases to Turtle Bay Exploration Park, a move that now sets the stage for a repeal effort by labor leaders.
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The Redding City Council tonight accepted the McConnell Foundation’s $600,000 offer for 14.17 acres of land the city leases to Turtle Bay Exploration Park, a move that now sets the stage for a repeal effort by labor leaders.
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SHASTA LAKE — During a marathon Shasta Lake City Council meeting Tuesday night, councilors approved an excess-use penalty fee for water customers and established a plan on how to replace resigning council member Ron Dixon.
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No. 2 Shasta High girls basketball entertains Sac River League foe and third-seeded Red Bluff in a Northern Section Division III semifinal at 7 p.m.
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Simpson Univesrity is sending several wrestlers back to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Nationals: Friday and Saturday in Topeka, Kan.
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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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In 1914: Shasta County planned to purchase $200,000 in state highway bonds. The bond purchase would result in the early construction of part of a highway in the county. Work on a strip of the road between Lamoine and Sims would probably begin within six weeks.
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SHASTA COUNTY – The Redding Library has launched its "Digital Starting Place." Early literacy stations and LeapPad digital tablets are now available to the public. This technology helps young children improve their proficiency in reading and learning and promotes the early development of computer literacy that is so neces
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The No. 2 Shasta High girls basketball team entertains No. 3 Red Bluff Tuesday at 7 p.m. in a Northern Section Division III semifinal at Harlan Carter Gymnasium.
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Jenny Espino must be having fun covering the Redding City Council. A tweet from tonight's meeting: Look out Hillary and Jeb. This man says he's running for president in 2016. Man's name is Kip Lee. pic.twitter.com/wLOCZLUfTZ— Jenny Espino (@jennyespino_RS) March...
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The No. 1 Anderson High girls basketball team hosts No. 5 West Valley in a Northern Section Division IV semifinal Tuesday at 7 p.m.
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Spinach brings flavor, fiber and vitamins to soups, dips and even a breakfast smoothie.
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50-word dash.
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Throughout American history, we've been strongest when our leader was strongest. Why can't today's ideologues understand this and allow Obama to act?
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50-word dash.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Redding firefighters quickly put out a fire today that started in a wall before spreading to the attic at a home in the 1100 block of Olive Avenue in downtown Redding.
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Looking frail and gaunt, the Redding man who was nearly killed in a vicious June 2012 attack at his home today pointed out the man accused of slitting his throat with a 10-inch kitchen knife and murdering his wife.
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Two California lawmakers are fighting serious allegations of criminal wrongdoing, and yet continue to receive their paychecks from the taxpayers. What's wrong with this picture?
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Commercial construction has gotten off to a slow start in Redding in 2014. While the number of permits pulled for commercial buildings is up from a year ago, the dollar valuation for the projects is down 78 percent to $3.5 million through February.
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The trio accused of murdering three North State men in two separate incidents late last year appeared in court for a preliminary hearing Tuesday as new details emerged in the case.
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The Shasta Lake City Council will open applications for the position left by resigning member Ron Dixon during tonight’s regular council meeting.
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There may be something to the claim that all people want to be free. But it is a demonstrable fact that freedom has been under attack, usually successfully, for thousands of years.
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Kevin Askeland's "North State Notes" column breaks down high school sports from a historical and statistical perspective.
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From Reddit and elsewhere, these are creepy things said by small children. “I’m watching you make my sandwich so that when you die I will know how to do it.”
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Redding firefighters put out an attic fire at Olive Avenue and North Street in Redding.
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Three homes in the Anderson Heights area were burglarized Monday, Anderson police said today.
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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.
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We all played that game as kids, I’m sure. But here in this day and  age it portends a plethora of possible disasters. More possibilities  than just who is holding the button. At this point in history, all it takes one click of the WRONG button and, oooops!! There it goes . . . you [...]
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The holidays are a popular time to get engaged and you may be one of the brides who have started looking for the perfect gown. Fortunately for us here in Northern California, the weather is mild and that makes it a bit easier to shop for a Spring/Summer gown. I hate to think about trying [...]
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The following hikes can take from just a few hours to half a day, so bring water and pack some healthy snacks.
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Opening statements are scheduled to be delivered today in the trial of an Oregon man charged with murdering his Redding aunt and nearly killing his uncle in 2012.
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The three defendants charged with murder in last year’s deaths of three Shasta County men are slated to have their preliminary hearing today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Forecasters are calling for a 40 percent of scattered showers today, mainly before 10 a.m. The day should otherwise be partly sunny with a high near 62. The night will dip to about 49 degrees and a chance of rain returns after 4 a.m. Wednesday. Rain should last through Thursday, while sun will return Friday and Saturday.
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In 1914: Shasta County planned to buy $200,000 of state highway bonds. The purchase would bring construction to a strip of the road between Lamoine and Sims in the next six weeks.
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Stolen from verucas_chaos. These were originally posted on Reddit. Two-Sentence Horror Stories 1. I woke up to hear knocking on glass. At first, I thought it was the wi
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Join Whiskeytown National Recreation Area, Shasta Historical Society, and the Redding Library in celebrating Women’s History Month through an engaging lecture series featuring women of historical Shasta County. Each evening, be inspired by the tales of women who influenced local history.
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A review of the most recent Thief game in the series for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
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RIVERCITY JAZZ GOES COUNTRY.
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This column discusses simple steps which help to prevent the following fatal diseases: Heart disease Diabetes Dementia and Alzheimer’s Rheumatoid arthritis Pancreatic cancer Premature birth Pneumonia Respiratory Tract Infection low birth weight (PLBW) babies.
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My brief thoughts on how to fix the low sales for the Xbox One console.
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Root canal, is a sequence of treatment for the pulp of a tooth. During a root canal procedure, the nerve and pulp are removed and the inside of the tooth is cleaned and sealed. Without treatment, the tissue surrounding the tooth will become infected and abscesses may form.The purpose of root canal is elimination of infectio
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Cardinal Health Employees are proud of John and Christelle Bellingan, new U.S. citizens!
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“It’s important to us to donate back to the community we live in and a community that has given us sooooo much,” says Dianne Rabalais, co-owner with husband Danny of Studio 530, the Red Bluff photography studio that has donated an $800 Senior Portrait package to benefit the Red Bluff Community Sober Grad Organization.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Jerry Brown has been called a lot of things in his 45-year political career, from “Gov. Moonbeam” to “the old man,” but no one ever accused him of being a do-nothing dud of a politician. Until now.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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It only takes the thought of a good lift to put a wide grin on Hailee Lollar’s face.
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Brian and Coleen Garcia have closed Grilla Bites, the downtown Redding restaurant that opened four years ago this month.
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North State timber mogul Archie Aldis "Red" Emmerson made a return to Forbes' list of the world's richest people, the magazine reported today.
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What a difference a month makes, when it comes to the weather.
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Former Shasta County Chief Probation Officer Afton Taylor Blurton - known for her passion for juvenile rehabilitation and women's issues - has died. She was 87.
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A newly formed group says it will immediately pursue a referendum to defy the city's vote if councilmembers approve a controversial land deal with the McConnell Foundation Tuesday.
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RED BLUFF — An April 22 hearing was set today in Tehama County Superior Court to determine whether the yet-to-be-set trial of a Red Bluff man accused of murdering a 14-year-old girl should be held here.
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She’s barely into her teens, but 13-year-old Emily Bellomo isn’t new to charity work.
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By Shannon Koga If you’ve ever had a smartphone, there’s a good chance you’ve been addicted to some app, game, or website. Don’t panic. Everyone can get addicted to something, and in today’s age, that something is a mindless (possibly endless) game involving a flying cartoon bird.
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by Ryan Loughrey Imagine growing up nearly deaf, unable to understand your parents or your friends. For artist Pilar Celene Low, this was a reality. Her art is currently on display in the Art Building, (the 300 building), and will be for only one more week. Recently, she ca
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by Jenny Brewer The 2013 leak of National Security Administration data by 29 year old Edward Snowden sparked a revolutionary debate to end mass surveillance by the US government. The documents leaked to certain media outlets revealed bulk collection of data gathered by the NSA from Americans wit
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The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for western Shasta County that is expected to last until 6:30 p.m. today.
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With the City Council’s vote only a day away, a group opposed to the Turtle Bay land negotiations between Redding and McConnell Foundation is mobilizing to overturn possible approval of a land sale.
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Still waiting to open, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park will allow 2013-14 pass holders to roll their passes over to next season, the park announced on its website today.
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LaMalfa is quoted extensively in this item on same-sex marriage on National Journal.com, a must-read for D.C. insiders: "If you open the floodgates to other ideas [about marriage], other concepts, you don't know where it ends. Multiple marriages, same-sex marriage,...
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Brian and Coleen Garcia have closed Grilla Bites, the downtown Redding restaurant that opened four years ago this month.
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North State timber mogul Archie Aldis “Red” Emmerson made a return to Forbes’ list of the world’s richest people, the magazine reported today.
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Long ago - long ago being relative, of course - there was a Mexican restaurant in Hamilton City which was apparently the bee's knees to Hamilton City diners. The exact name of it escapes Femme de Joie just now, and after doing a brief search on the internet, apparently no one else remembers it either. [...]
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California’s community college students could soon stay put — and pay a lot less — to earn what they thought they would have to go elsewhere to get: a four-year bachelor’s degree.
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Keep those umbrellas out. Redding's temperatures today will top out near 55 degrees and this morning the chance of rain will be 100%. At night, expect a drop to about 50 degrees and more rain. By Tuesday, things should be partly sunny.
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An Igo man was arrested Sunday after Anderson Police said they found him driving a stolen pickup with more than 50 pounds of marijuana in it.
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Stolen truck had 50 lbs. of marijuana
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A Los Osos runner won the 10-mile road championship at the 44th NorCal John Frank Memorial Run on Saturday at the Sacramento River Trail.
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State of Jefferson propoents should spend their time on something that has an actual chance of happening.
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50-word dash.
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To improve the American economy, we need to strengthen consumers' purchasing power. The best thing to do now is raise the minimum wage.
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50-word dash.
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50-word dash.
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It can be hard fitting in when you’re in high school. Finding your niche is no easy task in such a fickle environment.
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Rather than a precipitous pullout from an unprepared Afghanistan, the U.S.-led NATO coalition is considering waiting until the nation's erratic president, Hamid Karzai, leaves office in April in hopes that a more reasonable successor is elected.
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Something is rotten in the Redding bald eagles nest.
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According to this article in The Hill. At the same time he commends Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper but thinks his six state idea for California is impractical. Excerpt: LaMalfa explained that his constituents, primarily farmers and ranchers, have...
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Four teens from Pakistan, Yemen and Lebanon are spending a year in North State high schools as part of a State Department program started after the 9/11 attacks to foster global understanding.
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The 86th annual Oscar ceremony kicks off Sunday night from the Dolby Theatre. Unlike the stormy hosting of Seth MacFarlane last year, this Oscar show with host Ellen DeGeneres has a deliberately safe vibe of cheery song-and-dance.
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Redding police have arrested a man on suspicion of burglarizing several businesses in town over the last few weeks, but they're still looking for his unknown partner in crime.
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Remember Jennifer Lawrence at last year's Oscars? "You guys are just standing up because you feel bad that I fell, but thank you."
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Find out the latest before, during and after the Oscars broadcast with this Social Media Wall by the Scripps National Content Desk.
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A complete list of 86th Annual Academy Award nominations:
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Nineteen-year-old Hailee Lollar of Redding has already proven she’s got what it takes to be a champion. Just a month ago at the 2014 National Junior Weightlifting Championships in Colorado, Hailee took the gold in her weight class beating out 20 other young women between the ages of 15 and 20. Now she has a [...]
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One of the three eggs laid by famed Redding eagle Liberty last month may have been destroyed, a local eagle fan said.
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A Burney woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence Saturday night after she allegedly sped through a stop sign and then slammed her car into a tree. The woman and her passenger also sustained major injuries in the crash.
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Emergency crews this morning are heading to Highway 299 near Crystal Creek Road, where a pickup has reportedly overturned.
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of March 2nd, 2014. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing. Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves into local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail. Law [...]
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On NBC's "Meet the Press" today he said: "Well, we have medical marijuana, which gets very close to what they have in Colorado and Washington," the Democratic governor said in a taped interview. "I'd really like those two states to...
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All primitive campgrounds at Whiskeytown National Recreation will open on March 1, 2014.  The park’s group campground at Dry Creek will open on May 1.  “We are excited to open all backcountry sites as well as the group campground at Dry Creek for the season,” stated acting park superintendent Tom Garcia
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From Damon Arthur's story today on north state farmers scrambling to find sources of water for crops and animals: "If I see one green lawn in the Bella Vista Water District, I'm going to farm it," (Palo Cedro beekeeper, alfalfa...
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Wisconsin is facing problems familiar to most states when it comes to paying for its roads and bridges. The gas tax is not bringing in enough money to meet its needs, the steady stream of federal transportation money may be in jeopardy, and voters do not want to pay more taxes.
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Nicole Gross was so desperate to find relief for her son’s near-constant, debilitating seizures that she moved him from Naperville, Ill., to Colorado so he could receive medical marijuana.
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Rain is in today's National Weather Service forecast for the Redding area.
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DecodeDC interviews actress Kathleen Turner for her take on what makes a good political performance.
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Local sports scores and briefs highlight the area roundup.
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The Northern Section Masters wrestling championships finish up at the Redding Civic Auditorium.
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WASHINGTON — Somewhat overshadowed by the food stamp funding fight and subsidies to row crop farmers, the forestry provisions of the new farm bill have encouraged the owners of forested land in the west while rankling some environmentalists.
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In 1914: With approximately 100 cattlemen present from Shasta, Trinity and Siskiyou counties and with delegates on hand from the railway company and federal and state forest bureaus, the Northern California Livestock Association launched its meeting at Redding City Hall. The purpose of the gathering was to discuss the forma
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Acting on a tip, Shasta County sheriff’s deputies said they arrested Joseph Leon McCoshum, 29, of Redding, on Saturday after he was found hiding under his house in Jones Valley.
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This is not, as they say, my first rodeo. I know the drill. But it never gets easier saying “goodbye.”
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Permit issues are stalling a new downtown Redding pizza restaurant.
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I should never look at theater reviews in London newspapers. It just leads to frustration.
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Note to readers: This week’s column is written by Andrea Eldridge.
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The first time I was in a public place and a stranger approached me asking, “Are you Claudia Mosby?” I was more than a little surprised. The moment felt downright surreal.
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My sister, Sara, lives in Stockholm, Sweden, with her family, and it’s been 11 months since I saw them last. We all met up at my parents’ house last week in Santa Cruz for a visit. My young nephew, Jesper, is now 20 months old, and I was ready to kiss those chubby cheeks I had been admiring over Skype this last year.
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In this year of drought and possible slim pickings from home gardens and farmers markets, consider frozen and canned alternatives.
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A funny thing happened the other morning on the way to our garbage can.
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Ben Bernanke's successor brings similarities but key differences in economic philosophy to Fed chair.
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Q: In regards to catching California spiny lobster, the regulations say the following: Both rigid and collapsible hoop nets may be used from piers and boats. When fishing from a boat, five nets per person are allowed with no more than ten traps on a boat. When fishing from a pier, two hoop nets per person are allowed. Diver
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Kristen Bosworth and Joshua Anderson
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Rolland Robinson of Cottonwood celebrated his 100th birthday with a cake and ice cream party on Feb. 27 at Ace Adult Home Care in Redding.
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Popcorn and a movie at the library?
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Dear Straight Talk: I have recently separated from my husband. Our 15-year-old son keeps pushing me for why I want the divorce, but when I try to explain, he accuses me of bashing his dad and shuts me off. This keeps happening and is causing frustration between us. His father was emotionally abusive to me and had multiple a
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I was raised on persecution stories.
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The author rebuts columnist Thomas Sowell's military history.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Sure, you don't want to depend on government forever. Problems need to be solved for the longterm. But compassion dictates that in the short-term, sometimes we do need to help "push the bus."
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Letter to the editor.
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If you've read the comments on this blog or on Redding.com, you've met them. Now new research confirms that they can be Narcissistic, Machiavellian, psychopathic, and sadistic personality types. (And I'd add cowards to that sad list.) Excerpt from an...
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The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a 27-year-old Portland, Ore., who is believed to be injured or in danger after deputies discovered he r vehicle abandoned on Highway 96.
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The Northern Section Masters wrestling championships finishes up Saturday at the Redding Civic Auditorium.
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The No. 1 U-Prep girls soccer team looks for its second straight Northern Section Division III championship, hosting No. 2 Esparto in the final at noon.
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Red Bluff Police responded to a stabbing reported in an unknown residence near the 1700 block of Walbridge Street on Friday night.
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In response to today's column, received this e-mail from the head of Shasta Head Start: Hi Marc, I just wanted to let you know about the wonderful partnership that Shasta Head Start has with local Lion's Clubs to provide vision...
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PHOTO: Native Salvia dorrii, in bloom at Gateway Science Museum's Native Plant Pollinator Garden. The garden has received no supplemental water since November of 2013. It never seems to fail that despite plenty to do in the garden in January and February, there is a sense of waiting, and yet by March we are running [...]
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So Glen Murphy, director of hospitality, tells me. It'll be the grand opening of the new hotel (already filling up on weekends), the new 24/7 CreekSide Pub & Grill with "flair" bartenders from 9 p.m. to midnight (remember Tom Cruise...
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Christopher Aiello broke into tears — again — when he got a call last month about Madison Holleran, a promising scholar-athlete at the University of Pennsylvania who jumped to her death from a Philadelphia parking garage, stunning her family, friends and campus community.
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On April 24, 1995, Marcus Trunk, a 23-year-old construction worker from Upper Dublin, Pa., died from treating a sprained wrist with Tylenol, a drug he thought was completely safe.
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Forecasters say Redding will get less than a tenth of an inch of rain Saturday, if it rains at all. They've pegged the chance of more precipitation at 40 percent. The day's high should reach about 59 degrees with a light east wind. A 20 percent chance of rain is expected at night and there's a 50 percent chance of showers S
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It is going to be a mish-mash of advocacy groups congregating in front of Shasta County Courthouse today.
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No. 3 Enterprise hosts No. 6 Las Plumas in a Northern Section Division III boys basketball quarterfinal.
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Onward and upward we trek toward the last day of open enrollment: March 1.
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Recap of the first day of the Northern Section Masters wrestling championships.
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No. 4 Shasta host No. 5 Red Bluff in a Northern Section Division III boys basketball quarterfinal.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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In 1914: Redding’s society, which had tried nearly all of the new dances and found them of pleasure and profit as brain restorers and health builders, was going to plunge into the moves with academic instruction by Professor C. Raymond.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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To go with this week's column: My friends who run the visitors center at Shasta Dam should post it on the wall. Talking about the color-coded table of monthly and yearly rainfall totals at the dam going back over the...
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The No. 4 Shasta High boys basketball team entertains Sac River League-foe and fifth-seeded Red Bluff at 7 p.m. Friday in a Northern Section Division III quarterfinal at Harlan Carter Gymnasium.
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Follow live updates from the Northern Section Division III boys quarterfinal game between No. 3 Enterprise and No. 6 Las Plumas.
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Plants offer food and haven for insects and animals.
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Don't use plastic sheets to kill off lawn; instead use items that will enrich soil.
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The North State is long overdue for a UC Campus, or at the very least a strong voice at the Board of Regents.
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Congressional Republicans have earned the pejorative nickname “the party of no” for opposing any initiative that originates in the White House and voting unsuccessfully more than 40 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly college notebook.
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In June, a new plant will be introduced to the world and it's only one of four discovered in the North State.
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A Redding man sentenced in 2012 to life in prison will be resentenced in April following an appellate court’s January ruling striking down one of his “strikes” and overturning a gang enhancement.
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Some kids don’t even have a chance to take the outdoors for granted, and that’s something the Lassen Park Foundation has been working to change.
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Deborah Bentrim has taught people to communicate with each other for much of her life and in her new business she hopes to teach a lot more.
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Wildlife Woods is coming together at Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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Beauchamp visits the Breakfast Lions' gun show and learns how it generates money to support community causes. Plus, the realities of being neighbor to a vacant house, and a trip to the center of California's drought.
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The California Highway Patrol is responding to a rollover accident between a vehicle and a FedEx truck on southbound Interstate 5 near the Hartnell Avenue overcrossing.
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Redding Police picked up one more of Shasta County’s Most Wanted on Thursday.
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Tim McDonald couldn’t be happier with the nearly one acre lot in Happy Valley he bought from a Shasta County property tax auction today.
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Border Patrol agents have deliberately stepped in the path of cars to justify shooting at the drivers and have fired in frustration at people throwing rocks from the Mexican side of the border, according to an independent review of 67 cases that resulted in 19 deaths.
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It could've been so easy. So easy that I almost did it. I was that close. That close. Then I thought of you, and decided not to shirk my responsibility to you. Yes, you. It's all because of you, dear reader, that I decided not to call in sick this week. Besides, I'm not sick, [...]
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At that location on Market Street in Redding? Photo from 1937, in the archives of the University of California, Davis. Click to enlarge and see other businesses on Market (not "Main") Street during the Depression....
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A package delivery person related this recent incident. A guy steals a car from a Redding car lot, the theft's reported, the guy and car found, the guy's arrested, booked and released from our county jail. The very next day...
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Redding native (SHS '93)Chris Navarro and sought-after dialogue mixer ("Gravity") quoted in today's profile (sure producer Kathleen Kennedy would agree): "Just because you're from Redding, doesn't mean you can't make it in Hollywood, If anybody's thinking about getting into the...
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My daughter Amanda looked out the windshield, across a scarred, tumbleweed-studded landscape. Our car was traveling along the bluffs of Panorama Avenue, an ironic name for a street that offers a commanding view of industrial desolation—wastewater sumps, steam generators, and storage tanks. “Bakersfield?” she shook her
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A train is stopped near Sims, Calif., while maintenance crews are working to remove a rock from the tracks, according to Union Pacific.
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In 1914: Stockmen from Shasta County and adjoining counties were going to hold a meeting at Redding City Hall. The stockmen were going to discuss the formation of an association to further the interests of the stock industry in Northern California.
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The No. 5 West Valley boys basketball team hosts No. 12 Yreka in a first round game in the Northern Section Division IV playoffs.
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No. 6 Redding Christian girls basketball entertains 11th-seeded Burney at 7 p.m. Wednesday in a Northern Section Division VI first-round playoff game at Fitzpatrick Gymnasium in Palo Cedro.
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A decline in local Key Club groups has North State Kiwanis members pushing to reestablish a link between the century-old international service organization and its high school counterpart.
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The climate-change community is awfully smug about its grip on the final facts. But if there's really no argument, why are they so desperate to shut up the skeptics?
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Don't let some thug define Redding for our Chinese visitors -- tell the IASCO flight students we're glad they're here.
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Pollock takes issue with a recent editorial supporting Crystal Geyser's proposed bottling operation. The project deserves a full new EIR, he argues.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A Redding couple is turning to Kickstarter to fund their upcoming film, but so far, most local entrepreneurs have had little luck with the online crowdfunding model.
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Redding native Chris Navarro and his team won a Cinema Audio Society award for their work on the hit 2013 film "Gravity" on Saturday.
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Some well-known Shasta County properties are among those slated for auction Friday.
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The stakes could be high for Redding Electric Utility, as it wades through new sets of regulations that push energy efficiency while figuring out how to pay for the clean technology and keep itself viable.
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A foot-chase near Redwood Boulevard led Redding Police officers to two brothers initially reported to be pointing a gun out of a parked car.
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Arizona has established a regrettable track record of legislating discrimination. Gov. Brewer was right, eventually, in deciding to veto the latest hateful bill.
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It was old-fashioned police work — and a little luck — that led to Tuesday’s arrest of a 20-year-old Redding man suspected of attacking a Chinese flight student and breaking into his Redding apartment three separate times in the past month.
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The skeletal remains of a Corning woman who might have been buried in the late 1970s and were unearthed in June have been identified.
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The Board of Supervisors on this day received a Mid-Year Budget Report from Bebe Palin, Fiscal Chief, and began the first steps to prepare the 2014-15 Budget. In general, the news was good, with most Departments reporting little variance from budgeted amounts at this mid-point. Revenues declined significantly at the start o
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One SAFE Place announced that it recently received a $5,000 grant to its Peterson House Children’s Too! program from the TJX Foundation with help from the local TJ Maxx Store. We are tremendously grateful for the support that TJ Maxx and the TJX Foundation have given One SAFE Place,” said Jean King, the Executive Direct
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At the March 8 meeting of Writers Forum, adventure travel writer Joel Stratte-McClure will present the second travel narrative in his Mediterranean trilogy, "The Idiot and the Odyssey II: Myth, Madness and Magic on the Mediterranean." He will discuss the genesis of his Idiot-ic project, and the evolution of his pe
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A woman was whale watching recently off Mexico's Baja peninsula when her boat got a little too close to nature.
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Tweet by Katie Gillespie from last night's south county crime town hall meeting featuring sheriffs of Shasta and Tehama Counties: .@supervisorbaugh asks who has had something stolen from their home or business in last two years. About half the room...
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Seems like there are many studies that try to tell us that it's impossible to eat healthy if you're really poor and I'd agree. It's darn near impossible. But if you're only a little bit poor to average income---you may...
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Re: Redding resident Nancy Randall's letter to the editor today....here's an explanation of the economics of scalping and what some smart artists and promoters are doing about it. Here's what Randall wrote: SCALPED: I am appalled that some of the...
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Authorities on Tuesday arrested seven people, including one of Shasta's Most Wanted, during checks on those on post-release community supervision, known or suspected gang members and those with outstanding warrants, sheriff's deputies said.
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A protracted political battle over California’s medical malpractice law may be coming to a new front: the voting booth.
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National Weather Service forecasters expect as much as a quarter inch of rain today in Redding. The day's high temperature should be about 60 degrees. As much as a half inch of rain could fall overnight with another quarter inch possible Thursday. Rain is expected Friday and a chance of showers is in the forecast through Tu
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When I was a kid, my exposure to vegetables mainly consisted of stuff from a can. Now, the I consider the concept of mushy asparagus in a can a first-degree culinary crime. I was about 15 before I tasted fresh asparagus. It was prepared perfectly: crisp-tender, and bright green, drizzled with hollandaise. To this day, [...]
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The No. 2 Shasta Wolves host No. 3 West Valley in a Northern Section Division I boys soccer semifinal.
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The No. 6 U-Prep Panthers host No. 11 Central Valley Falcons in a Northern Section Division IV first-round playoff matchup.
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No. 5 Foothill Cougars play at No. 1 Pleasant Valley Vikings in a Northern Section Division I boys soccer semifinal.
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No. 4 West Valley Eagles played at the No. 1 Chico Panthers in a Northern Section Division I girls soccer semifinal.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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COTTONWOOD — A town hall meeting to discuss public safety in the Cottonwood area Tuesday night became largely dominated by the subject of militias and independent community watch groups.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A Redding man was arrested today on suspicion of attacking a Chinese flight student and breaking into his Redding apartment on three separate occasions in the past month.
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A Redding man was arrested today on suspicion of attacking a Chinese flight student and breaking into his Redding apartment on three separate occasions in the past month.
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A 54-year-old man was injured this evening when he was hit by a pickup on Highway 273 at Thomas Road.
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Sixty years after the original. Bigger and madder than ever. The 2014 Godzilla. Recognize the music in this trailer?...
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The No. 6 University Prep girls basketball team hosts No. 11 Central Valley in a first-round game in the Northern Section Division IV playoffs at 7 p.m.
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In 1914: For two hours the rain and hail came down in Cottonwood at a terrific rate and creeks overflowed in a very short time. The rainfall to date was 43 inches. The wagon bridge withstood the flood but repairs would be necessary.
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No. 2 Shasta High boys soccer hosts No. 3 West Valley at 6 p.m. Tuesday in a Northern Section Division I semifinal at Thompson Field.
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Berg sees a dim future for the state of Jefferson.
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Cressy wonders why anyone would be able to block Jefferson proponents from leaving California -- and where such a conflict might lead.
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The U.S. and Mexico have taken an important step in cooperating in the war on cross-border cartels. Working out the extradition of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is a logical next step.
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Archer is tired of being surrounded by Bethel students who want to pray over him at Turtle Bay and the Sundial Bridge.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A cancer-stricken dog who was adopted in late 2012 has beaten the odds and is relatively healthy with his new owner in Happy Valley.
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A trial date was postponed today for a Shasta Lake man accused of shooting his roommate in the back and then setting their house on fire as his defense attorney weighs a possible insanity defense in his case.
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Shasta County is on the hook for more than $170,000 in costs for the weeks-long operation to make safe a property at 9021 Chaparral Drive west of Redding where explosives were found earlier this month and those figures are expected to rise.
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Cottonwood Community Center Dirctor Mary O'Keeffe and Shasta County Supervisor Les Baugh will co-host a community Public Safety Town Hall meeting at the Community Center from 6 to 8 p.m
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The California Department of Transportation began repairs on the Interstate 5 overpass at Hartnell Avenue on Monday.
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Matt Webb has been scouting potential sites in Redding for an oil change/car wash business for five years.
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Or maybe he was simply pandering to the voters of his day. According to an item at the Courthouse Museum in Shasta, "in 1850 A.Z. McCandless was elected on a platform of 'Whiskey for Everyone.' In front of a saloon...
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California's resurgent housing market dominates the latest Federal Housing Finance Agency index: Eight of the 10 highest appreciating metropolitan statistical areas in the fourth quarter of 2013 were in California, including several former foreclosure hotbeds. Values in greater Redding rose 11.35
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The California Highway Patrol reports that a 53-foot big rig has caught fire on Interstate 5 near Red Bluff.
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It seems as if, everywhere you turn these days, there are studies claiming to show that America has lost its upward mobility for people born in the lower socioeconomic levels. But there is a sharp difference between upward “mobility,” defined as an opportunity to rise, and mobility defined as actually having risen.
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Anderson police conducted today a sweep of transient camps that saw the arrest of one man and the issuance of citations to four others.
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When water's short you start asking questions. For example, I asked Brian Crane, Redding's Director of Public Works, how much water Redding takes out of the Sacramento River and how much water we put back in after treatment. Answer: If...
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hree of Shasta County’s "Most Wanted" suspects have been arrested, Redding police announced today.
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The following Shasta County’s Most Wanted subjects have been arrested: Christopher Aaron Apperson, 28 years of Redding, was arrested by the Redding Police Department in the 1200 block of Twin View, Redding. Richard Roy Sainz, 63 years of Redding, was arrested by the Redding Police Department in the 500 block of E. Cypress
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Northbound lanes of Interstate 5 are clear this morning after a SUV slammed into a big rig north of Redding.
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I opened the paper Monday to the headline, "Signs of relief appear on the way." The story noted as much as 3 inches of rain was possible in the North State. A garden variety of storm in any other winter. But this year, that's a monsoon. Alas, by yesterday afternoon, the forecast had been dramatically downsi
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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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Tehama County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help tracking down two vehicles after reports of gunfire near Red Bluff yesterday evening.
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We’re taking a much needed from break from finding good REO homes to post. Check back in a couple of weeks. Meanwhile, if you need to see inside ANY home for sale in our area you can always call or text. Operators are standing by, as they say. Call or Text (530) 356 4500 Thanks for being an FDotD reader! O
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Expect a warm day today with a high temperature of 72 degrees and light wind. A 30 percent chance of showers moves in tonight and forecasters expect as much as a half inch of rain on Wednesday. Showers are expected through Saturday while forecasters expect a chance of rain to linger through at least Monday. Highs should dro
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Single women's conversations have changed since I was unmarried in my 30s. Back then, my single friends and I asked lots of questions as we discussed available guys. Is he cute? Is he romantic? Is he smart? Does he have good hygiene? What's his story? ... And other questions. Now, although my single women friends and [
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1914: The movement to place Shasta County among the foremost in the state is sweeping over the county like wildfire, gaining strength on all sides and the army of boosters is growing in size and wealth.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A simply appalling story. About eight years ago a neighbor of mine in west Redding called local animal control to report the woman mentioned in this recent Santa Rosa Press-Democrat article because she had numerous dogs confined in filthy cages...
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Tom Elias on why you should beware of politicians offering to refund your taxes. Remember Gray Davis?
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The writer questions his image of Mount Shasta, in light of a recent letter to the editor from one of its residents.
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The writer argues that paying for public education benefits everyone, and indeed fulfills the higher purpose of our Constitution.
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Putin’s iron grip
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Ann Casella, Redding
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Snider still has questions about the Chaparral Drive incident and the decision to burn down a home.
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Two 4-acre fires in two days in Shasta County were the result of controlled burns that got out of hand, officials said.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Shasta College had three mountain lion sightings in a day late last week. Find out what to do if you encounter a mountain lion, too.
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“The emergency no longer exists,” will be Sheriff Tom Bosenko’s message to the Shasta County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday. He will ask to end the local emergency declared after 60 pounds of explosives and precursor material were discovered at a home on Chaparral Drive west of Redding on Feb. 6.
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Closed for all but four days this season, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park anxiously awaits a wet storm forecast to roll into the area later this week.
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The Mountain Gate man who hacked two men to death with a wood-splitting maul during a 2012 killing spree was committed Monday to a state mental hospital for possibly the rest of his life.
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One of the biggest names in Northern Section football is calling it a career after 26 seasons.
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Big Foot Scare Prank. Yet another classic gem from Vitalyzed. What must I do to get a job pulling off pranks with these guys? The post Bigfoot Scare Prank appeared first on Daily Dump.
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On February 24, 2014 at about 4:09 a.m. hours, an RPD officer noticed a stolen vehicle traveling northbound on Market Street near Trinity. The officer attempted a traffic stop but the driver, later identified as Benjamin Green, age 34 of Redding, failed to yield and a vehicle pursuit ensued. The pursuit route included areas
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Fire crews this afternoon put out a 4-acre blaze in Mountain Gate, where an escaped controlled burn got out of hand.
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A plume of smoke rising to the west of Redding this morning if from a 55-acre prescribed burn being conducted by the Bureau of Land Management, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said.
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Shasta College had three mountain lion sightings reported late last week, prompting campus public safety officials to send out warnings to students.
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A 34-year-old Red Bluff man remained today in Tehama County Jail in lieu of $50,000 bail after he was arrested early Saturday on suspicion of attempted robbery, burglary and petty theft.
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Q. Do people in your faith tradition believe God speaks directly to them or others? How would you differentiate between faith and delusion? Faith is internal. Delusion is external. Do not mix them up. Dennis Kessinger, Zen Buddhist While I personally have not had an outwardly audible conversation from God who’s to say it
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The U.S. Forest Service is expected to conduct a prescribed burn starting today on Shasta-Trinity National Forest land northeast of the Jones Valley Resort near Lake Shasta.
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Excerpt from Warren Buffett's annual shareholders letter, via Bloomberg: "Because there is so much chatter about markets, the economy, interest rates, price behavior of stocks, etc., some investors believe it is important to listen to pundits -- and, worse yet,...
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In a mutual show of celebration, the Kelly Ankers and the Merry Standishes are hosting a "20 Year Hootenanny" at the State Theatre (330 Oak St.) on Saturday, March 8. The show will feature a comedy set by Merry Standish and a music set by blues duo Bobby Bottacello and the band French Reform. Merry Standish [...]
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A burglar got away this weekend with a video surveillance system and other items valued at more than $28,000 from a Corning home, Tehama County sheriff’s deputies reported today.
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Here’s a government owned home in a centrally located neighborhood.
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A Redding man was arrested early this morning after leading police on a 13-mile chase in a stolen vehicle, police said.
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As someone committed to living a green lifestyle, it’s natural for me to want my dog to be on the green journey with me. I’ve ditched containers with BPA and chemical-filled pet products and I use top quality “green” laundry detergent. But when it comes to finding pet food or dog treats that are GMO-free, [...]
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A judge today committed a Mountain Gate man who hacked two men to death with a wood-splitting maul during a killing frenzy in 2012 to a state mental hospital for possibly the rest of his life.
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a sunny, unseasonably warm day today in Redding. The high will be about 73 degrees, while tonight's low will fall to 45 degrees. Tuesday will be similarly pleasant, though rain is almost certain to fall on Wednesday.
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Mercy Hospice has a 35 year history of offering comprehensive care for area patients and families facing terminal illness and loss, enabling them to live each day comfortably and with quality and dignity. Mercy Hospice is now taking applications for its spring volunteer training class. Our volunteers have opportunities to p
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of February 23, 2014. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing. Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves into local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail. Law [...]
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1914: An iron clad ruling will be broken for Shasta County because the county need not supply all the bridges and rights of way for the new state highway. Previously all counties through which the state highway was routed provided free of charge to the state all necessary bridges and rights of way.
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Valentine’s Day, come and gone, until next February. I appreciate Valentine’s Day as a time to celebrate all those we adore, but we all know that it’s widely accepted as a ‘holiday of love’ for couples. As an artist and designer specializing in redesign, about 80 percent of my work is with couples. Redesign is [..
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Police say woman was at drug blast
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Firefighters are working on a fire on the west side of North Market Street north of Benton Drive.
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The Simpson University softball team is on a four-game winning streak after going 4-0 Friday and Saturday in the Simpson Softball Classic at home in Redding.
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Police and fire officials are working on a four vehicle crash on Victor Avenue in east Redding.
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KKRN Benefit Concert with Rita Hosking When: March 22, 2014 Time: Doors open at 7pm - Concert starts at 7:30pm Where: Hill Country Health and Wellness Center - 29632 Highway 299E, Round Mountain, CA Ticket price: $15 at the door...
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The cost propertly maintaining our city utilities is high. But so are the costs when we don't and disasters sporadically break out.
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Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman's overdose grabbed national headlines, but his story is repeated thousands of time every year with less fanfare in America's quiet heroin epidemic.
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Without state money to underwrite costs of pensions, highway maintenance and other services, taxes in Jefferson must inevitably rise.
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Reynolds v. Sims, which stripped rural counties of their representatives in Sacramento, explains why our economy falters despite what Sacramento futilely attempts to do to fix it.
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Meteorologists forecast a pair of storms could dump several inches of rain on parched cities and croplands throughout California in the coming week, bringing welcome news to a state that has just endured its driest year in recorded history.
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There’s life in The Behrens-Eaton House again.
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Firefighters this afternoon battled a 4-acre blaze west of Cottonwood after they say a control burn got out of hand.
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Fire crews put out a blaze at the Sav-Mor supermarket in south Redding early this morning.
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Had a great time at the Craig Padilla concert in Red Bluff last night. Here are a few quick images I captured.
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Some pictures taken late yesterday, toward the end of an afternoon open house for donors and supporters of the Behrens-Eaton House Museum. Still not sure when the place will open for the public. Beautiful restoration. Roger Longnecker told me the...
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Curious, I asked a Redding Realtor. No need, he said, pointing me to this product, available at a local home improvement outlet. Looks like kind of a green paint. Reviewers say it works well but it's kind of spendy...
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In drought or drizzle, a group of abortion foes gathers on a sidewalk each Thursday morning outside a Planned Parenthood clinic tucked in a nondescript strip mall next to a dry cleaner’s and a nail salon.
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Since 1946, the San Diego Museum of Art has owned an appealing vision of happy prosperity: Frans Hals’ 1630s painting of a plump, rosy-cheeked Dutch merchant whose expression and body language exude confidence, security and bonhomie.
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With its manicured lawn and stucco facade, the two-story home on Tampico Drive blended in with the rest of the new housing development on the west side of town. Neighbors say adults and even a young child came and went.
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Redding-area residents can expect a sunny day today with a high near 71, the National Weather Service says.
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In 1914: Bars raised the price of a drink of whiskey from 15 cents to 20 cents. Twenty-six of the thirty-one saloon owners of Redding held a caucus and agreed to advance prices all around in view of the additional revenue tax that will soon go into effect.
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On Friday, February 21, 2014 at approximately 9:50 p.m. officers from the Redding Police Department responded to the Howard Johnson Inn on a report of an explosion. Upon arrival officers learned the explosion was due to a honey oil extraction lab. Further investigation revealed two females fled the location in a red Ford Mu
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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North State sports scores and briefs.
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Anderson High School hosts the Northern Section Division II wrestling championships.
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As rural populations fade relative to cities and suburbs, so does our political clout. But that's not a California problem, it's nationwide.
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The pay’s not impressive, as anyone who’s seen my car would guess, but I’ve never cared. As a job, journalism is hard to beat.
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Anderson's popular summer music festival has lost its sting.
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When encountering life's petty miseries, I resort to a mental framework in which I right the wrongs I suffer. I use the phrase "When I'm King ..." and proceed to solve the problem. Time is short, so I am declaring my Regency.
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This is not the 1800s. People now live, work, farm, and raise the meat we eat in lands once wild.
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Special bags to put batteries in available around Redding.
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When LaMalfa campaigned, didn't his ads say "he is one of us"? Well, apparently I am not part of the "us" group. How do I know? If LaMalfa and I were like-minded, I would not be ashamed that he is my representative in Washington.
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in my opinion Sheriff Tom Bosenko did his best by bringing in experts to make decisions about how to clean up this dangerous mess safely.
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It is the opinion of some people that the congressman is not doing anything for his constituents. In the case of us veterans, I can assure you he and his staff are working diligently on our behalf.
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When you hear that 97 percent of scientists agree, take a closer look at the numbers.
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It's obvious to me that the bus of our economy needs both short-term and long-term fixing — and at the same time.
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Teen wants to know what to do about dad's guilt trip.
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When traditional cake recipe falters slightly, daughter improvises a more tasty alternative.
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Book inspires mom to take more risks, have more fun.
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Danielle Christensen and Bradley David Rullman, both of Redding, are engaged to be married on Oct. 11, 2014, at Gover Ranch in Anderson. The bride-elect is the daughter of Linda and Curt Christensen of Redding. She graduated from Central Valley High School in Redding, and from Chico State University. She is an esthetician a
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Syndicated columnist gives insight into significant events both on the world stage and in his private life.
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While some devices sport a cool factor, users may find themselves targets of impatient eye rolls if used too much in public.
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Gazebo offers place for community events and weddings.
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Term will help pay a mortgage and permanent policies can help pay estate taxes for wealthy families.
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On February 21, 2014 at 9:50 p.m. officers from the Redding Police Department responded to the Howard Johnson Inn at 2731 Bechelli Ln. on a report of an explosion. When officers arrived they located a white male adult who had severe burns all over his body. This subject was identified as Daniel James Ogram, 28 [...]
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by Ryan Loughrey Although sometimes it can be a nuisance, whatwith getting our hair wet or making us wear umbrellas, the rain is much needed. These photos were taken less than two weeks ago, showing Shasta lake with water levels the lowest they have been in over a decade. The most visible is Tunn
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As seen in a newsstand in McCloud California. News of a rare public performance. Thanks to Jon Lewis for the journalistic heads-up in After Five. Craig Padilla will be playing in Red Bluff tonight.
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To watch a video of the Wow! That’s Engineering event, visit redding.com.
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Over at Reason.com, evidence that the founders drank "humanly impossible" amounts of alcohol. Excerpt: "...we still have available the list of beverages served at a 1787 farewell party in Philadelphia for George Washington just days before the framers signed off...
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Very little was up for debate Saturday morning at the Northern Section playoff basketball seeding meeting at Pleasant Valley High in Chico.
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This one is interesting. We have some images of it taken a bit prior to listing. Click on any to slightly enlarge.
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Local farmer, author and wild food advocate Wolfgang Rougle will join up with Slow Food Shasta Cascade to offer two upcoming walks open to the public in Chico's Lower Bidwell Park in the coming weeks. PHOTO: Delicious and nutrient-rich miner's lettuce (above) and winter chickweed (below) - "weeds" coming up in parks and gar
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The Chronicle reports here. Excerpt: California's devastating drought is taking a toll on the state's grass-fed beef industry, forcing at least one large-scale producer to switch to grain feed. Marin Sun Farms, a popular brand with Bay Area consumers who...
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Three decades after it was stolen, a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air has been returned to a Northern California man — in better shape than when he originally owned it.
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Washington, an anonymous but obviously brilliant wag said once upon a time, is Hollywood for ugly people.
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Expect a high near 72 degrees today with a north wind of about 8 mph.
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Hundreds of people gathered at Win-River Resort and Casino Friday evening for the annual Greater Redding Chamber of Commerce Chamberee to honor its 2013 award-winners. The winners were Doreeta Domke, Citizen of the Year; Black Bear Diner, Business of the Year; Randy Denham of SJ Denham Chrysler, Businessperson of the Y
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Enterprise High's boys basketball team hosts Foothill in a Sac River League finale. A Cougars win gives them an outright SRL title.
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A sidebar look at the pivotal boys basketball game between Foothill and Enterprise.
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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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A Redding man who was severely burned in a hash-oil lab explosion at a Bechelli Lane motel Friday night has been flown to a burn center, police said.
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Love this clip from back in the day....
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For now, if you need to communicate with the Redding Dragstrip there is a new number: (530) 215 3003   First race April 12!! Chassis Certs are scheduled for 11:00 AM Test ‘n Tune at 1:00 PM. Street Legal 6:00 PM Pay for Test ‘n Tune and Street Legal is free
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Manatowa Gymnasium has every reason to be deafening Friday night.
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ALTURAS — Police have named four people, including a 19-year-old mother of a 5-week-old son, killed in Alturas by the former head of a north state rancheria and target of a federal embezzlement investigation.
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McConnell Foundation is offering $600,000 for a portion of land leased by Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding officials confirmed today.
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The water allocations from Lake Shasta are calamitously low, promting talk of pushback. But the government's not the problem. The weather is. We need to work together.
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Bethel Church's upscale, global flock brings a cosmopolitan touch to Redding. Their religious views aren't for everyone, but they've plainly improved Redding.
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Why is the governor pushing for a bullet train instead of prisons to hold violent felons?
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I have been a fan of Turtle Bay Museum, the grounds, walking trails and our wonderful Sundial Bridge from the beginning. I'm glad to hear I'm not alone.
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Voices of Faith: Martin Luther King said, “A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death.” What is your opinion about this?
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Gov. Brown and President Obama both enjoy spending taxpayers' money and have their own agenda.
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President Obama is a great example of the old saying, "Talk's cheap. It takes money to buy whiskey."
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In Medford, Ore., the teachers are on strike. Good. Fire them all and abolish this outdated system.
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With so much doom and gloom in the news these days, it is refreshing and dare I say uplifting to read about nature, saving lives, random acts of kindness, and in general compassion and concern for our fellow man.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly College Notebook column.
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A 30-year-old Big Bend man set to go to trial in April for murder in the 2012 shooting death of his brother may be taking a plea bargain.
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An Oregon man charged with murdering his aunt and nearly killing his uncle during a vicious attack at their Redding home is set to begin standing trial next week.
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A NASCAR official and a medical marijuana advocate say they will run for a seat held by Les Baugh on the Shasta County Board of Supervisors in elections this June.
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From the outside, it's hard to detect the transformation that has taken place at Vintner's Cellar Custom Winery.
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Lawns soak up lots of water, and this year there won't be much of it. So here's what else you can plant in your yard instead of grass.
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Flowers are pretty but do they ever stink -- it's a scent only flies can love.
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U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officials announced on Friday California farmers may not receive federal water supplies if rain or snow doesn’t break the dry spell.
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In 1914: The misty rain turned into a genuine snowstorm in Redding. It was the first touch of a New England winter Redding had that season. Snow fell on grassy plots deep enough for children to roll snowballs.
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Dear readers, that rumor you might have read in my boss's column two Sundays back is true. After just over a decade editing the Opinion page of the Searchlight and nearly two at the newspaper, I'll be moving on. You're...
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So the Bureau of Reclamation announced today. Details here. Excerpt: "...federal officials announced Friday that the Central Valley Project -- the largest water delivery system in California -- will provide no water this year to farmers in the Central Valley...
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After reading all this I still don't really know what it is she sells. Except she will not make soap. And she is one big crankypants. MidnightsHealingGard's Shop Policies Welcome to the new and revamped and more loving Midnight's Healing Garden. Feel free to looks around and ask questions. I
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Move to Vermont. Don't live in Washington, D.C. California? Bloomberg has a state-by-state breakdown here....
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Could be one. The New York Times (click here) visits Quixote Village in Olympia, Washington. Excerpt: OLYMPIA -- On Christmas Eve, Kevin Johnson received these gifts: a bed and mattress, a blanket and sheets, a desk and chair, a toilet...
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Snapped at today's farewell luncheon for outgoing Record Searchlight Editorial Page Editor Bruce Ross. From left to right: Ross, business reporter David Benda, Editor Silas Lyons, City Editor Maline Hazel. Bruce begins his new job as district director for...
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Here is a powerful talk about how our church can and will be united as One Church! The talk isn't short, but it is well worth watching. This Bishop's message is Prophetic and just listen to what Pope Francis has to say!
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I credit my current evolution as a therapist to a moment in February of 2006 when I found the latest issue of Time in my mail drawer at work and read these words, “Before he was an accomplished psychologist, Steven Hayes was a mental patient.” What a great first line. How could you not want [...]
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Here’s a HUD home in the Valley of Jones. A hidden valley perhaps. Hmm. “That’s an unusual flue pipe configuration there, Smokey” “Nice home in the Jones Valley area with an attached garage. Large front yard and modest back yard. Nice woodstove in the living r
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The 2014 Sochi Olympics continued late Thursday night with events carrying into Friday morning, while most in the U.S. were sleeping. Sochi is nine hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. Here’s what fans may have missed:
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Washington found itself facing a problem it hadn’t anticipated: way too many wannabe legal pot growers.
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Redding will see a high of about 70 degrees today under mostly sunny skies.
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In 1914: The Rev. P.M. Bell of Winters left Millville in disgust because not a single soul came to him to be saved. The evangelist left after eight days of exhortation for other and perhaps fairer fields for his endeavors.
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Prep girls soccer playoffs, No. 4 West Valley hosts No. 5 Shasta in a Northern Section Division I quarterfinal.
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Shasta College's hosts Redwoods in the final homestand of the season.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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"I am a pilgrim in Beachwood CanyonHarmonies still echo from that mansion."                                                      -- from the song Family
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Game recap from a Northern Section prep soccer quarterfinal.
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From susandennis I just found out there is a captcha option to screen out spam! Oh frabjous day! *Whew* You may now return to your regularly scheduled reading.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Is it Nestle all over again?
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President Obama's so-called "settled science" is anything but when you dive into the details about climate change and weather phenomena like California's painful drought.
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The "Hunger Games" books and movies are fictional -- but why do the sound like a warning about our real-world future?
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Forests need loggers? The forests did just fine before we started meddling with them.
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Thanks to the departing editorial page editor for being a consumate professional and a mentor to many.
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Good driving record and reliable car necessary.
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Also, help raise funds for a preschool and animal rescue.
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Restoration Enterprises has closed, but many of the services it provided are still in business at new locations.
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See who was at what recent community event.
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The U.S. government will pay 9-year-old Tommy Botell's family $350 settlement for his 2009 death on a trail in Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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Repairs are set to begin on the Hartnell Avenue overpass Monday night.
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Has Canteca Foods Inc. abandoned plans to rebuild its warehouse on Oregon Street in downtown Redding?
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Repair costs are mounting as crews work to fix damages in a Redding neighborhood caused by water flooding from a broken pipe last week.
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The Redding Co-Op Preschool is turning to Redding residents to help fund its next big project--about $62,000 in repairs to their building.
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A $7.4 million contract for Redding Police Department’s new facilities at the Civic Center campus won’t be awarded for another two months, pushing a tentative move-in date into next spring.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A local group dedicated to finding missing people will hold a vigil in their honor Saturday at Redding City Hall's sculpture park.
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Shasta College basketball's season ends tonight.
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The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office announced today that internet retailer Overstock.com was found liable under California’s Unlawful Business Practices and False Advertising Laws, following a trial before the Honorable Wynne S. Carvill of the Alameda County Superior Court. The prosecution of the case was joint
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ALTURAS -- A former chairwoman of the Cedarville Rancheria gunned down four people and shot two others at a hearing on her eviction from the tribe's lands today, police said.
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Redding Police say a man robbed a victim Wednesday night and then returned Thursday morning for more.
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So Police Chief Robert Paoletti said last night at his quarterly public forum. Here's Jenny Espino's tweet: Here it is again: At town hall, Police Chief Robert Paoletti says squatting in vacant homes has become huge issue in Redding.— Jenny...
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Somber to learn that guitarist Bob Casales of Devo has made the transition to his next performance. Condolences to family, fans, and band mates evolved and de-evolved. In memorial, I’m re-running this post that I also re-ran last year when drummer Alan Meyers passed. It puts focus on people of my general age. More b
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Read the third from the last paragraph in the letter the city received from the Bureau of Reclamation, posted here on Redding.com. Key language is in the last two sentences: "Based on the uncertainty of these actions (by the state),...
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The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary at a Red Bluff home, where the suspects made off with most of a woman’s large appliances.
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Here’s a rare condo in The Bluffs community overlooking central Redding California. The Bluffs is very centrally located, and has stellar views of Redding. The grounds are lovely, and the residents have regular social and food gatherings in the clubhouse.There is a pool and tennis courts an
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The federal government has agreed to pay $3.5 million to the family of a 9-year-old boy crushed to death by a retaining wall at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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The 2014 Sochi Olympics continued late Wednesday night with events carrying into Thursday morning, while most in the U.S. were sleeping. Sochi is nine hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. Here’s what fans may have missed:
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Calling someone a dreamer is seldom a compliment. But it should be. Recently, I encountered a flock of folks who day-dream for a living. I joined hundreds of novelists, humorists, poets and playwrights who converged on Nob Hill to attend the San Francisco Writer’s Conference. We were drawn by a common passion to pitch ide
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From the National Weather Service's forecast discussion: "Extended models remain in good agreement in bringing major change to the weather pattern beginning next Wednesday as Pacific westerlies finally undercut the west coast ridge. Current timing of first frontal band to...
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A mother upset about "indecent" T-shirts on display at a Utah mall found a quick if not especially convenient way to remove them: She bought every last one.
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Redding is in for a good dose of sun and warmer temperatures for the next few days. It starts today with a high of 70 degrees under partly sunny skies. A north-northeast wind of about 6 to 8 mph will blow. The night will dip to about 42 degrees. Friday will again be about 70, while temperatures should be in the low 70s thro
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Artist Kathleen Evans has been painting in watercolor, acrylic, mixed media and silk since 1995, after she retired from a 40-year career in organizational development. Retirement has allowed her the freedom to paint — and travel. Evans and a group of talented North State artists recently combined these two passions during
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When Alissa Aune took over the controls for Enterprise Starship in the fall, she did not need to be reminded just how big were the shoes she was asked to fill. As an Enterprise High alum, a former Starship musician and the leader of a Grass Valley show choir of her own, she knew all about Dan Neece’s legacy.
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Little hungry? Wanna a pint? Don’t want to miss the game? Like blues music? You better check out the happy hour at Famous Dave’s off Hilltop and Browning Street (Frisbee throw from Trader Joe’s) in Redding.
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It pays to be an “early bird” at Nello’s Place, on Bechelli Lane in east Redding.
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I recently read a Facebook exchange between two young gentlemen—members of a Sacramento-area band on the rise—regarding a satiric song by one of one of my favorite poet-jesters of the Americana/Texas Outlaw music genre, Hayes Carll. The song is delivered in the first-person voice of a redneck whose worldview is obviousl
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Preview of the 2014 Prep boys and girls soccer playoffs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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In 1914: An advertisement for Delta Road read: When going to Trinity Center or Carrville travel over the Delta Road and save four hours and avoid dust. Beautiful scenery. Views of Mt. Shasta and Lassen Buttes. 25 miles shorter than any other road. Good auto road through pine forest. Rest and lunch at the summit.
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Redding police Wednesday night arrested an estranged husband in downtown Redding who they say was stalking.
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North State hospitals all saw positive bottom lines in the fourth quarter of 2013, state financial data shows.
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Joseph Lynch, a senior star on the Liberty Christian boys basketball team, hasn't had an easy road.
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Redding and other senior water rights holders say they will challenge a federal agency’s decision to slash water deliveries by as much as 60 percent for the year.
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A change in the state pension system's rules designed to keep the fund whole for the long haul puts yet another burden on local cities still trying to recover from the recession.
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Could yakkers in the middle seat make a flight unpleasant? Sure. Do we really need Congress involved?
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At first glance, a proposal to slap warning labels on soda sounds like yet another law certain to make California a laughingstock. Yet a look at the medical data motivating it -- especially soaring diabetes rates -- is sobering.
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We need a law to bar proven liars from office.
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Thankfully, smoke above the Chaparral incineration produced no tragic image unforgettable to spectators.
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Ever since Nazi Germany's demise, its people have been held responsible for the turmoil and destruction in Europe and beyond. How will the future judge U.S. actions?
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A barbecue fundraiser for a Redding girl, 12, in need of a lifesaving kidney transplant is on Friday at The Tire Depot from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Two men and one woman charged with murder in last year’s violent deaths of three Shasta County man were back in Superior Court today, one day after being arraigned on multiple felony counts.
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As county environmental health personnel tested soil at 9021 Chaparral Drive today to see if it’s safe to clean up the area, the Shasta County district attorney’s office filed a misdemeanor case against the man they say is responsible for evacuation of the neighborhood.
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Aamir Malik -- we used to meet at the Damburger -- e-mailed me this link to a seven-minute film he made (and starred in) last year in Chico, presumably in time for Christmas. Worth watching. Most definitely....
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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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List of support groups in the North State.
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By Shannon Koga and Maytal Espino Mention the words “Valentine’s Day” to anyone, and you’re bound to hear the same responses. It’s either the most romantic day of the year or the most depressing. Couples drift about with roses and chocolates, holding hands and taking in the nig
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In 1886, a group of white men decided the Chinese in Redding had to go.
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With Redding facing the prospect of steep cuts in its federal water supply I remembered musing in a column back in July 2012 (headlined "Newly dead at the Redding Cemetery -- the grass):" "...the more I thought about it the...
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According to the Houzz Kitchen Trends Study, 49% of Homeowners say that using eco-friendly appliances and materials in their kitchen is important. If you want to make your kitchen renovation project more eco-friendly, follow these tips: For greener cabinets: Choos
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According to the Houzz Kitchen Trends Study, 49% of Homeowners say that using eco-friendly appliances and materials in their kitchen is important. If you want to make your kitchen renovation project more eco-friendly, follow these tips: For greener cabinets: Choos
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Thinking of renovating your kitchen? You're not alone. The kitchen is one of the most popular rooms of the house to remodel. Whether you're updating your kitchen with a fresh coat of paint and more storage or you're in for a complete overhaul, here are three questions to ask before you get out the sledgehammer.
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Thinking of renovating your kitchen? You're not alone. The kitchen is one of the most popular rooms of the house to remodel. Whether you're updating your kitchen with a fresh coat of paint and more storage or you're in for a complete overhaul, here are three questions to ask before you get out the sledgehammer.
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While lunching at Market St. Steakhouse yesterday, Kenny Breedlove shared some good news: they're working to bottle Market St.'s sinfully good Smoked Jalapeño Ranch dressing. Goes great w/ salads, fries, sandwiches, etc. Wish 'em well....
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It’s egg number three for Liberty and Spirit, the Redding eagles.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa, quoted in the Corning paper, pushing HR 3964, a bill he said would strengthen water rights and ease environmental restrictions (passed by the House and awaiting action in the Senate): "As Moses parted the Red Sea, we...
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The 2014 Sochi Olympics continued late Tuesday night with events carrying into Wednesday morning, while most in the U.S. were sleeping. Sochi is nine hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. Here’s a list of what fans may have missed:
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Redding police are seeking information on the late night robbery Tuesday of the Safeway gas station on E. Cypress Avenue at Churn Creek Road.
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Redding Police Chief Robert Paoletti will present crime trends and take questions tonight at a town hall meeting for city residents.
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Forecasters expect a mostly sunny day with a high near 63 degrees. Wednesday will also see a north-northeast wind up to 9 mph. The night will drop to about 41 degrees. Thursday will warm to about 71 degrees and remain at about that point through Sunday.
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The city of Redding on Tuesday took the first of what may prove to be several painful steps to deal with the worsening drought in California when the City Council voted 5-0 to implement the first stage of a drought management plan. Stage 1 of the plan calls for voluntary measures aimed at reducing water [...]
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A 22-year-old Anderson man was arrested on suspicion of DUI on Tuesday night after police said he sheared off a 30-foot flagpole near McDonald's restaurant in Anderson before driving into a tree.
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I am not one of those people who'll name-drop countries I've traveled, any more than I feel it's good manners to speak openly about a party I attended, lest others weren't there. Likewise, with travel, I'm keenly aware of what an incredible luxury it is to travel almost anywhere, let alone a European country. And [...]
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In 1914: The Mountain Copper Co. posted notices at Keswick and at the Iron Mountain and Hornet mines announcing that wages would be reduced on Feb. 20. About 475 men would be affected.
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California’s persistent drought may force a sharp water cutback in Sacramento River water deliveries from the south bank just north of the Diestelhorst Bridge, which provides nearly half of Redding’s water.
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Anderson High boys basketball looks to tie first-place Corning in the Northern Athletic League standings.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Redding police are looking for a man who committed an armed robbery tonight at the Safeway gas station at East Cypress Avenue and Churn Creek Road.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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North state ranchers and farmers turned out Tuesday night in Palo Cedro to a meeting that provided them with information on drought assistance.
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Residents began to trickle back into their Chaparral Drive neighborhood Tuesday as authorities announced they will file a single misdemeanor charge against the man whose explosives-filled residence spurred them to evacuate about 50 homes for up to 12 days.
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On February 18, 2014 at approximately 2:50 p.m., officers from the Redding Police Department responded to the police department lobby regarding a battery in progress. Officers located the suspect inside the lobby of the police department and detained him. The investigation revealed Brandon Matthew Level, 23 years old from R
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Anderson High boys basketball can reach new heights Tuesday night.
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A review of the second episode to the The Wolf Among Us game.
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Liberty Arts dishes up a mélange of styles and media for its 6th Annual Members Show Liberty Chowder set to open on Friday, February 21, 2014.
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The next H.O.M.E. cooking class on March 10 will showcase food from Barcelona, where the architecture is fanciful but the food is simple and delicious.
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This article explains what you should expect if you are considering extraction of a tooth.
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There was no shortage of love at the Mt. Shasta Mall on Valentine's Day! In a packed out show full of new faces, Rylee Stevens knew just what to do to win the judges' hearts! The 11 1/2-year-old gave her best performance giving all she had, singing and dancing to beat out other top competitors.
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On 02/18/2014, at about 1:09 p.m officers from the Redding Police Department were sent to the area of Alta Mesa Ave. and Marlene St. after citizens reported a male subject who was in the roadway armed with a hatchet and acting bizarre. Officers arrived and saw the man armed with the hatchet near 3259 Alta [...]
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How does the community want to address homelessness? A city survey on housing needs and economic develoment is a good way to find out, if residents take it.
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The Afghanistan government's recent release of dozens of imprisoned terrorists, many of whom had killed Americans, was a galling betrayal of those Americans who died defending Afghanistan against the Taliban terrorists.
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I'd have shopped locally for medical services, but no Redding specialist would accept my health plan -- from one of the country's largest insurance companies, no less.
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Whether students or parents, some drivers to and from Shasta High School are reckless and dangerous.
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Christine Silver is choosing family over business. The owner of Tapas Downtown will move to Eureka this spring where she plans to get married and open a new restaurant called the Humboldt Soup Company.
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A 37-year-old Redding man convicted in 2007 of murdering a Mountain Gate man in 1997 won a partial victory today when a judge ordered DNA testing on some of the evidence that had not previously been tested.
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Visitors to the 11th Annual Multi-cultural Celebration will have the opportunity to travel the world without ever leaving Shasta Lake.
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In an effort to promote youth sports and strike up more business for the North State’s hospitality industry, the Redding Soccer Park has partnered with four hotels.
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The Weed Cougars are in the midst of another outstanding boys basketball season under coach Mike Carpine, who reached a milestone win earlier this season.
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Three defendants charged with murder in connection with the deaths last year of three Shasta County men in two separate incidents pleaded not guilty during their arraignments today in Shasta County Superior Court.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Redding Police say officers rescued a woman whom a man was holding hostage while armed with a hatchet.
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The Shasta County district attorney's office will file misdemeanor charges Tuesday against a Redding man whose home was incinerated Sunday after dangerous chemicals and explosives were found there.
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Redding Police say a man with warrants out for his arrest sucker punched another man inside the police department's lobby on California Street this afternoon.
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A Redding man was arrested today after police said he grabbed a woman and threatened her with a hatchet.
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Details here. In brief: "Rick Palfini is interested in researching and recording the history of Northern California League baseball teams that played in the Mt. Shasta area. He would like to eventually write a book about the subject and is...
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Click here. Description: Shades of brown depict where plant growth, or "greenness," was below normal for the time of year; shades of green indicate vegetation that is more widespread or abundant than normal. Grays depict areas where data was not...
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The Shasta County Sheriff's Office has begun allowing some residents in the Chaparral Drive area back into their homes this afternoon.
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Somehow I find this video of Rep. Doug LaMalfa sticking up for quality olive oil the most charming political item I've seen all week. Who knew he was such a gourmet? Hey, the olive growers are his Butte County neighbors...
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The Shasta County district attorney's office has filed murder charges in three homicides last year.
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Today’s newspaper headline comes as no news to Redding Homes Blog readers. We always caution that none should draw a solid co
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A head-on collision between two trucks Saturday occurred after one driver hit a marker, lost control of his vehicle and swerved into the opposite lane of traffic.
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Here’s a home in the former Summit City part of Shasta Lake City described as cute. “Cute Shasta Lake home on nice sized lot. Property features 3 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms with detached shop/garage. Nice large back porch area. Close to schools and the lake. A Must see!”
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A reliable source tells me today is Gary Engell's 80th birthday. Generations of north state photography enthusiasts know Gary, the founder of Crown Camera (is there a longer-running retail establishment in downtown Redding?). In 1957, Engell opened a one-man...
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The 2014 Sochi Olympics continued late Monday night with events carrying into Tuesday morning, while most in the U.S. were sleeping. Sochi is nine hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time. Here’s a list of what fans may have missed:
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Today, women bicycle for many of the same reasons as their 19th century counterparts. Fun and fitness are still the top reasons women give for bicycling. Bicycling can be a healthy and fun way to complete errands, get to work, or just get outside.
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They say you can't go home again, but sometimes you've got no place left to go. Which, without further elaboration, explains how I've come to find myself living with my parents deep in the forested foothills east of Redding. It has been three decades since I last lived with them. I first moved to Redding [...]
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It might get a little rainy today in Redding, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Sacramento say. There’s a 30 percent chance of rain after 4 p.m. today, while rain is also likely tonight and early Wednesday morning. Today’s high temperature should be around 62 degrees, while tonight’s low will be around
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The Redding City Council tonight will consider a drought plan that urges residents to save water.
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The final Northern Section Prep Basketball Media Poll is released.
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In 1914: The Hat Creek-Cassel section was doing its share to replenish Shasta County’s population by giving it healthy, new babes. Since Jan. 1, three sets of twins were born in that section of the county.
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The owner of Tapas Downtown has announced the restaurant that has operated on Oregon Street for the past six years will close next month.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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A mobile home packed with explosives and bomb-making material on Chaparral Drive is now a pile of ashes and rubble being studied by bomb and environmental health experts.
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Stylish chihuahua out for a weekend stroll in Guanajuato, Mexico, last month....
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Plans to overhaul Lassen's Crags Camp with a focus on serving youths are a great way to celebrate the parks' birthday -- and evidence of how a model partnership is working.
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Californians are willing to do their part, but to succeed, any water rationing must be fairly allocated, include tough consequences for violators, and be free of politics.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Ed Asner, the Emmy-award winning actor and social activist, is the guest speaker for next month’s annual meeting of the Shasta-Tehama-Trinity County Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union in Redding.
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Given the money involved, the county's crackdown on marijuana will stop small local growers -- the most responsible ones -- but not the take-the-money-and-run operations.
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Repairs will start this spring on nearly a dozen trails around Lake Shasta that were washed out by heavy rains more than a year ago or otherwise needed some work.
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Mirroring the rest of California, Shasta County home sales in January declined 14 percent from a year ago and 24 percent from December, DataQuick reported.
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The Make-A-Wish Foundation has gotten on board an 8-year-old Redding boy’s wish to take a ride on the Sugar Cane Train.
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Commenter "Shenanigans," in response to Sunday's editorial about Redding's crime rate, blames local politicians and -- hey -- me (and the rest of the editorial board): Ah yes one last "let them eat cake" editorial from Bruce Ross. The same...
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In a word, no. California's had big droughts -- much longer and drier than this one -- long before modern civilization started pumping extra CO2 into the atmosphere. That said, The New York Times, in a report on scientists' take...
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From Rep. Doug LaMalfa's latest e-newsletter, here: Putting the Brakes on California's High-Speed Rail Plan After a state court ruled what anyone paying attention has known for years, that the California High-Speed Rail Authority's plan violated voter-approved law, it is...
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Yeah, we felt that. I was even quoted by the local newspaper saying the phones weren’t ringing here like they were this time last year. Here’s the monthly result that shows what happened to home sales.
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Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko said evacuations won't be lifted until bomb and environmental health experts have had a chance to comb through the burn site of a mobile home on Chaparral Drive.
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Here’s a government owned ranch style home in Shasta Lake City. “This home features 3 bdrms/2 baths, a 2 car garage, wood type flooring, detached shed,& ample off street parking. 3rd bdrm does not have closet. Home is most likely not financeable,see termite report under docs and
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I never pay full price…for well, anything. I have been running an online coupon website for over 12 years now and one of the key things I have learned is the importance of timing purchases in order to get the best deal. Think things like not buying patio furniture in early summer, not buying a [...]
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a high of 62 degrees today under partly sunny skies in Redding. Clouds are expected to roll in at night, as the temperature drops to about 42 degrees. Those clouds will bring with them a 20 percent chance of rain on Tuesday, which will increase to 60 percent at night. Rain could
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of February 16th, 2014. Each of the listed subjects has been convicted in court and has failed to appear at sentencing. Any person appearing on this list is urged to turn themselves into local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail. Law [...]
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News briefs from around the North State.
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Members of the Redding Swim Team earned 11 first-place finishes Saturday in a dual meet with the Chico Aqua Jets at Shasta College.
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1914: Predictions that Lassen Peak will erupt violently during the latter days of February is made by professor Albert Porta, a sunspot scientist.
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Support your favorite Exploration Park and win a dream vacation. Buy your tickets now for a chance to be one of three lucky winners! Tickets are $100 each and only 200 tickets will be sold. Drawing will be held March 29, 2014 during
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