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April 12th, 2014

The clock is ticking to land new air service at Redding Municipal Airport.
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The signs are everywhere: The North State is waking up, and a wide array of folks are doing what it takes to make a better future. This is very promising for our community.
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Call it hunting for vegetarians — or just a fun activity for anyone who wants to get outside and poke around for some fresh, locally grown produce.
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Borrow an atheist for a day? Libraries around nation find creative ways to share information in various ways.
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Concert organizer brings vintage music to audiences, with performance slated for April 21 in Red Bluff.
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Sight of fisherman eating babies squeezed from fish prompts question.
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Couple reluctantly routed into MediCal through exchange now trying to save their assets so state won't take them when they die.
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Affordable computers can ease way to ditching unsupported XP operating system.
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Slow bond market could mean long-term investors could lose out if rates rise later on.
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Communal paper cups? At this stand, sharing with strangers is mandatory.
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Head lice are creepy but harmless.
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Panel suggests natural sleep aids, turning off electronics and exercise to help get some sleep.
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Frogs and other critters croak, chirp and chatter away as weather warms.
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Dogs bring great joy while with us, and sadness when they go.
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Longtime renters finally get a home with a view, perfect floors and a just-right-size yard.
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Been despairing of Redding's image? There's something you can do to change it. All you need is an Internet connection and some civic pride.
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The year of the Democrat in Sacramento has largely fizzled. Here are some of the reasons why.
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The victims of last Thursday evening's crash began their journey with hope and optimism. Here's hoping they'll find it again.
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Parting ways with stuff, making space for more memories
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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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California’s drought is presenting Redding with an opportunity to come out about $120,000 ahead.
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The National Transportation Safety Board is holding a press conference today from Red Bluff to address the collision between the Fedex big rig and charter bus that carried high school teens.
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Overview/ Review Shasta’s spring play, “You Can’t Take it With You”, directed by Ken Hill, set a goal of making their closing night their best performance yet and it certainly went off with a BANG (in more ways than one). The play’s plot centers around a recently engaged couple, played by R
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An explosive collision of a FedEx tractor-trailer and a charter bus carrying college-bound high school students Thursday in Orland killed 10 people. Among the dead were both drivers, whose identities have not been released, and three chaperones. Five students have been confirmed dead or are unaccounted for.
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The Redding Dragstrip kicks off its season today. Noticed this on its Facebook page: ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: We wanted you to know that, in our attempt to support activities for the youth of Redding and surrounding areas, high school...
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For a while, it looked like our dragstrip might not even open this year. A true Redding institution, the longest continuously operating NHRA dragstrip in the known universe was looking for new management. Luckily, Shirlene Bramson of Bramson Drag Strip stepped up to fill the leadership role. In short order, she and a
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On Tuesday April 8th, I hosted a special edition of In a North State Garden during Northstate Public Radio’s Spring Membership drive the theme for which has been "A Steady Stream." With this in mind, my special was a celebration of the steady stream of garden, nature, ecology and local food programming that North State [.
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Redding will get a batch of warm, sunny days this weekend, the National Weather Service is predicting.
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In 1914: A farewell party was held at Harrison Gulch for the Knob family, who would leave Knob in the near future to make their home in Redding.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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From the Wolfpack Invitational, Shasta High softball plays Corning in pool play.
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The Cascade Theater rocked with guitar virtuoso Pavlo on Thursday night. The audience was instantly drawn into the music and performance the moment Pavlo and his band took the stage.  To say that Pavlo is a guitar master is too tame a description. His fingers flew across the acoustic guitar at lightning speed, producin
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Police say two people suffered moderate injuries in a fight on Deerfield Avenue this evening.
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Defending-section champion Shasta High baseball entertains Foothill in a three-game Sac River League series finale at 4 p.m.
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Thomas Lawrence's "College Notebook" column takes a look at the dominant Anderson High grad Cheridan Hawkins, one of the best softball pitchers in the nation, if not the world.
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Anderson police say they have two in custody after chasing a pickup in the south county
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Franklin Graham has an answer for those turned off by his litany of controversial condemnations of gays and lesbians, Islam and President Barack Obama: He claims he’s only saying what his father would say if Billy Graham, now 95, were a younger man.
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A homeless woman fired pepper spray into the face of the owner of a home where she was staying, police said.
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As news spread about the deadly bus crash that carried Southern California college-bound teens, Twitter began to explode with anxious tweets from parents, friends and family in search any information they could find.
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It was another beautiful day in the North State today and that weather should could continue through the weekend.
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It was supposed to be a weekend of excitement, a glimpse into a hopeful future, for the Los Angeles-area studentes en route to Humboldts State University Thursday.
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More on Bosenko versus Balma, with readers weighing in. Plus, another time when council travel made news. And are we really so pessimistic?
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Mary Barra may deserve a little time to finish investigating GM's failures. But being new in the boss's chair won't let her off the hook for long.
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Q. Do you believe there is a benefit in the power of positive thinking? I believe there is benefit to using the power of positive thinking because I’ve experienced the transformative power of positive thinking in my own life. Coming into Unity, I remember a minister telling us that worry was praying for what we don’t wa
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50-word dash.
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This is no time to get discouraged about Redding. It's time to step up and lead. Who else is ready?
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50-word dash.
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Smokers can introduce tobacco mosaic virus into gardens, a persistent scourge that can last up to 50 years.
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Tulips arrive in droves.
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Thursday's crash in Orland was one of the most deadly along Interstate 5 in recent history.
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A petition to overturn the Redding City Council's deal to sell 14.17 acres at Turtle Bay Exploration Park to the McConnell Foundation has enough valid signatures to move forward with a referendum.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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By now just about everyone knows that chatting away on their cellphones while driving could lead to a costly traffic fine, but there's one exception to the rule.
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A southern California student's tweets and "selfie" after a deadly bus crash he survived have become the primary source of firsthand information on the incident for much of the public since the crash Thursday.
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Living in a town the size of Orland is both a blessing and a curse, said resident Jessica Martinez.
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A longtime suspect pleaded guilty today to a cold case murder nearly three years after deputies arrested him.
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The state came out with changes for prep football.
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Check here for live updates from the National Transportation Safety Board's news conference on the deadly Orland bus crash that killed 10 people. The conference starts at 5 p.m.
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Shasta High baseball hosts Foothill Friday at 4 p.m. to cap a three-game Sac River League set at DeForest Field.
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A petition to overturn the Redding City Council's deal to sell 14.17 acres of land at Turtle Bay Exploration Park to the McConnell Foundation has enough valid signatures to move forward with a referendum.
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We ran this home as our FDotD, posted 8.5 months ago. They originally started out at $333,900. Now it’s just $214,900. Still available. Worthy of your attention today: Here’s a lovely government owned ’07 2782 sqft 3/2 on 14 acres of beautiful Fall River Mills.
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FedEx Corp.’s trucking unit FedEx Freight has a better driving record than more than 99 percent of U.S. trucking companies over the past two years, according to government data.
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The 1989 murder case of a pregnant teenager from Siskiyou County has finally been solved, officials said Friday.
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The California Highway Patrol says and 11-year-old Burney boy was struck and killed by a semi Thursday evening while crossing Highway 299 on his skateboard.
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Peaceful Round Mountain views and abundant wildlife grace this modern ranch style home on 10.9 scenic acres. Located just over the 2000 ft level, you get cool mountain air in Summer, but without heavy snow in Winter.
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Thursday was like any other day for Jeremy Lockett, a Red Bluff man who was on his way to Orland to play music with his buddies, when he came across the deadly bus crash.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Diego Luna's heartfelt biographical drama, "Cesar Chavez," chronicles the five-year struggle of the United Farm Workers co-founder in the 1960s to get California grape growers to the negotiating table to hammer out fair wages and better conditions for exploited field laborers. It's a stirring story of a
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Ten people are dead after a semi smashed into a charter bus carrying high school students to a North Coast university Thursday evening on Interstate 5 near Orland, authorities said.
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Ten people are dead after a semi smashed into a charter bus carrying high school students to a North Coast university Thursday evening on Interstate 5 near Orland.
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Sometimes all it takes is a smile. Perhaps you've seen mine, bigger than life (literally), on the side of the Cascade Theatre. Seriously, my mouth is about four feet wide and my smile is all teeth and gums. I'm right next to Sue Lang in the big hat, under Dan Kupsky and the entire cast [...]
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Authorities in the Northern California town of Roseville responded to a wild call Wednesday after a 4-foot crocodile was found wandering around in a suburban shopping center.
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WASHINGTON _ Obama administration lawyers have told the Supreme Court they will strongly defend the 29-foot-tall cross atop Mount Soledad in San Diego as a memorial to the nation's war veterans and not an unconstitutional promotion of Christianity by the government.
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Today should be mostly sunny with a high near 84, the National Weather Service says.
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In 1914: Red Bluff practically conceded to have been lost to the wets by 150 votes, a gain in the dry vote over two years ago. The day was exciting, but there were no disturbances of consequence and no arrests. Tehama voted to remain wet today by 125 to 31.
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T.J.'s weekly prep notebook takes a look at the next wave of softball players in the North State.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Shasta High boys golf can clinch an outright Sac River League championship for the second straight year if it finishes first in Thursday's SRL match.
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Revealing reader poll results (here) at Redding.com. (Hint: It's not the McConnell Foundation board or local elected officials)....
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A contractor vying for the $5.7 million Redding police station project is asking city officials to reject the bid of a competitor or throw out all bids and start over.
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To avoid a ballot measure fight they'd almost certainly lose, the California Teachers Association has finally agreed to come on board with common-sense legislation to fast-track the firing of egregiously bad teachers.
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There are too many obstacles to realistically pursue a new state. But it would be both practical and beneficial for us to switch to Nevada.
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Archeologists also sought.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Find pets in need of good homes.
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Musical, “Little Shop of Horrors”
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Find vintage goods and listen to country music this weekend.
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Egg hunts, dinner and other events slated for holiday.
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Businesses set up shop before first train pulled into new station.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The Shasta College Horticulture Department Spring Plant Sale opened today and runs through Saturday. They’re offering 105 different species of California native plants for sale.
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The title is in name only. But City Hall leaders are searching for a new manager for Redding Municipal Airport and Benton Airpark.
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A Rother Elementary School fifth-grader shattered his fundraising goal to send his classmates to Whiskeytown Environmental School, and is now working to send the school’s entire fifth grade class to the week-long camp.
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Nine people are dead after a semi careened into a charter bus carrying high school students to visit a prospective university this evening.
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The LA Times reports here. Excerpts: (Angela) Spaccia said her $564,000-a-year salary was perhaps unethical but not illegal. Her salary was boosted by 26 weeks annual vacation and sick leave she cashed out each year, amounting to a 50% pay...
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This recipe will knock your socks off if you're a corn cake person. If you're like me you can trade out the refined sugar for natural sugar and you're good to go. Click here for to enjoy the blog and...
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At this link, the Christian Science Monitor looks at Walmart's just-announced deal with Wild Oats. Excerpt: Walmart will partner with Wild Oats to expand its organic offerings and drive down the price of organic foods across the country. Walmart's involvement...
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A pregnant woman bit, scratched and hit a deputy while trying to escape from custody Wednesday, say officers with the Redding Police Department.
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Two months ago, a petition bearing more than 110,000 signatures was delivered to The Washington Post demanding a ban on any article questioning global warming. The petition arrived the day before publication of my column, which consisted of precisely that heresy.
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Here is an artist rendering of the stadium seats that will grace Tiger Field in Redding this baseball season. The drawing comes courtesy of Nichols Melburg & Rossetto in Redding. First pitch in the "new" ballpark is May 30 when the Redding Colt 45s take on the Santa Rosebuds. Season closes in August aga
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A Hayfork man has been arrested on suspicion of rape and other charges, the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office reported today.
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Outdoors Recreation Groups ARCHERY Ishi Archery Club, Red Bluff: Hosts shoots at its range. Youth instruction available. Membership is $1 to $40. Information: 604-2919 or www.ishiarcheryclub.org Straight Arrow Bowhunters, Redding: Hosts events and shoots at its range. Annual membership is $60. Information: www.straightarrow
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List of support groups in the North State.
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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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Investors like Sam Zell and Warren Buffett had the market pretty much to themselves. No longer. Excerpt from this Bloomberg News feature: When Dan Weissman worked at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and, later, at a hedge fund, he didn't have...
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The phone rings, and it's my son, Joe, calling from the Naval Training Center. He's got good news. His hard work and solid test scores have moved him up the food chain a bit and earned him additional privileges. We share a father-son Hooyah, and I put down the cordless phone to do the “happy [...]
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Yeah. That’s so last year.
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Palo Cedro is an often requested region for home buyers looking for equestrian and country living not far from city amenities.
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Spring is officially here. Before you get started with your spring cleaning, perhaps another matter deserves some dusting off—that long-term financial plan. April is National Financial Literacy Month—the perfect time to spring into action when it comes to planning your financial future. If you already have a plan, this
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Expect a high near 80 today under sunny skies with a light and variable wind.
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On April 8, the Board of Supervisors transferred $1.8 million to meet increased costs for county mental health services. The Board conducted a public hearing to make budget adjustments in the Health and Human Services Agency. In 1991 the state transferred more responsibility for certain health, mental health and social serv
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A Shasta County adult is recovering from the measles, Shasta County Public Health has confirmed. The patient is at home and was instructed to remain quarantined from others to prevent the spread of this highly contagious disease until their infectious period is over later today. Public Health is contacting anyone who may ha
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The 27th Annual Lemurian Shasta Classic Mountain Bike Race will be held at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area near Redding on Saturday, April 26. The parking lot at Whiskeytown Lake's Brandy Creek Marina will be the start/finish area for the 2014 event. On-site registration and check-in will open at 7 a.m. and the race wi
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Shasta High School is pleased to present Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific at the David Marr Theatre, May 1-3 and May 8-10. Set on a tropical island during World War II, this romantic classic won ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Score. This timeless piece tells the sweeping romantic story of two co
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Shasta College baseball entertains College of the Siskiyous in a Golden Valley Conference doubleheader.
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On April 1, 2014 at approximately 1:15 p.m., Redding Police Officers responded to a road rage incident that resulted in the severe injury of a female victim. The incident began at the intersection of the northbound Interstate 5 off-ramp at Cypress Avenue. While at this location, an unknown male suspect threw an it
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Foothill High baseball hosts Shasta in a Sac River League doubleheader.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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After two straight years of dramatic declines, foreclosure activity in Shasta County is leveling off. There were 113 new filings in March, down from 144 in February but unchanged from a year ago, RealtyTrac reported Wednesday night.
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Does anyone out there write letters any more? By letters, I do not mean note cards. I mean handwritten letters on stationery. Anyone?
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A coalition trying to persuade state water officials to extend protection to a group of parched rivers running dry amid a deep drought clashed today with ranchers who say they already are hurting with water shortages.
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It's not that the GOP doesn't know how to court Latinos. It's that the party continues to actively and needlessly repel them. Why?
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Follow updates on the Shasta-Foothill doubleheader from sports reporter T.J. Holmes.
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Jen Place’s “Children of the Middle East” was excluded this year from the annual Shasta County Arts Council Juried High School Show. It is a commentary on the dysphoria of children growing up in warzones and refugee camps. The picture touches on several aspects such as aid from the United Nations High Commissioners fo
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It may be best known for its colorful and elaborate sushi rolls, but Tokyo Garden on Hilltop Drive in east Redding has something for everyone when it comes to Japanese fare — nigiri sushi and sashimi, bento box lunches and dinners, donburi rice bowls with chicken, pork or salmon, noodle soup, stir-fried rice or noodles, s
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Anderson New Tech High School is venturing out into unfamiliar territory by producing a musical, but at least the stage they’re using is on familiar ground.
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The third annual Downtown Wine Walk in Redding will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. April 26 at five locations. Buy your $20 passport at any of the participating venues: Vintner’s Custom Cellars, Corbett’s Restaurant and Wine Merchant, Vintage Wine Bar and Restaurant, The Grape Escape and Moseley Family Cellars. Enjoy two wine
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Get ready to bag a few waterfalls. Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is showcasing its splashy wonders during “Go Wild for Waterfalls,” April 19-27.
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A 44-year-old Cottonwood area man arrested Friday after he claimed to have torched his home in an effort to eradicate ghosts pleaded not guilty today to a single count of felony arson.
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Work on updating and expanding Tiger Field is expected to start May 1 after the city unanimously approved the project this afternoon.
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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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Some asthmatics say the rise of Shasta County marijuana gardens has added a new wheeze in their efforts to breathe.
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Firefighting is a way of life for Donald Chaix even if he doesn’t get paid for it.
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C-SPAN's bus, loaded with equipment to highlight the importance of public affairs, visited University Preparatory School in Redding today.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Snapped a picture of this bicyclist in front of Kobe restaurant around noon on Monday....
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ANDERSON -- Anderson police say a man with three felony warrants for his arrest was caught with methamphetamine and marijuana at the McDonald's in Anderson.
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Secret Witness of Shasta County is offering a $5,000 for information regarding an assault on April 1 where a man threw a cup of coffee at a 66-year-old woman’s face, apparently unprovoked.
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The Redding Board of Administrative Review this afternoon will consider a site development permit for the Colt 45s summer baseball team to make improvements at Tiger Field.
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The frustrating month long search for the Malaysian jetliner received a tremendous boost when a navy ship detected two more signals that most likely emanated from the aircraft's black boxes. The Australian official coordinating the search expressed hope Wednesday that the wreckage will soon be found.
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“Purchase, lease option or lease professional office in excellent location near East Cypress & Churn Creek Rd. Good variety of medical, dental, & general business in the complex. Warm neutral colors, carpeted, ceiling lights, upscale ceiling fans, room divide, 1 bathroom. Available now f
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No, not Shasta Lake City. Lake City California. This 3 story home is unique.
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• The most linear thought I have takes a circuitous route. • Ever have the feeling that some thoughts are almost worth keeping … those that make the grade and can be let out in public … others are so mediocre, they aren’t worth the effort to discard … I used to blame my bad ideas [...]
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MELVILLE, N.Y. _ A Long Island nursing home hired male exotic dancers to perform for its patients, according to a lawsuit filed in State Supreme Court in Suffolk County.
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Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high near 80 in a weather pattern that will continue through Sunday.
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The recent Supreme Court decision overruling some Federal Election Commission restrictions on political campaign contributions has provoked angry reactions on the left. That is what often happens whenever the High Court rules that the First Amendment means what it says — free speech for everybody.
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Firefighters were sent to a structure that burned Tuesday night at the end of Curtis Lane, off Dersch Road, north of Anderson.
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In 1914: A rainstorm brought the season’s total up to 52.19 inches, as compared with 25.12 inches for the corresponding period the previous year. The weather conditions were ideal for growing grain.
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Foothill High and Shasta softball square off in a Sac River League doubleheader.
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ANDERSON — The Cubs’ seniors have championship pedigree. After all, Anderson High softball won back-to-back Northern Section banners in 2011 and ’12. But bringing back days of dominance, and teaching underclassmen how to win close games, takes time.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Pilgrim Congregational Church in Redding, a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed church tucked away on the west side of town, might be one of Redding’s best-kept secrets. Last month the Cascade Theatre featured the debut of "The Wright Time" - a locally-produced documentary. The film tells the remarkable story of how the small
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Firefighters went to the 2300 block of Court Street tonight to fight a fire that burned an apparently unoccupied home.
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Dunsmuir’s City Council has hired a local attorney — a move that prompted two dissenting council members to walk away from the council dais in protest before the vote ever took place.
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As if on cue, health officials reported Monday that measles has come back to our community.
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Letter to the editor.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A proposal to tax medical marijuana sales in Shasta Lake took a step forward today, but its fate still hinges on decisions to be made by city council members and ultimately voters if it makes it onto the ballot in November.
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The Tiger Field expansion could get an assist from Simpson University. The city of Redding and Simpson have signed on in principle to a joint-use agreement that allows the Christian school to play baseball at Tiger Field for five years in exchange for 500
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A Shasta County adult has contracted measles - the first time the diseas has been reported in the county in 17 years.
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Even if he doesn’t win the contest he’s entered, Brayden Battle will come away with something.
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With the focus now on its possible qualification for a ballot spot, the petition to overturn the Turtle Bay Exploration Park land deal has its supporters and detractors thinking about the strategy they’ll need to tap to win over the public.
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For the fourth year in a row, University Preparatory School made the Washington Post’s list of most challenging high schools in the nation — the only school in Shasta County to receive the rank.
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50-word dash.
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50-word dash.
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Correspondent 'Alice B.' has been waiting patiently. Yesterday she sent me this e-mail, with the subject line "It's OPEN, finally!" "Hi Marc, The Taj Mahal (next to the Hallmark Store, 1619 Hilltop Drive, suite C) opened today. We went there...
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Anderson High softball hosts Corning in a 3 p.m. doubleheader Tuesday to open Northern Athletic League play.
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Security cameras rolled as a topless woman ransacked a Pinellas Park McDonald's in nothing more than her underwear.
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Follow live updates of the Foothill-Shasta softball game from sports reporter T.J. Holmes.
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A 68-year-old Contra Costa County man convicted of molesting two young children who are now 18 years old has been sentenced to 45 years to life in prison, Tehama County prosecutors said today.
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A petition to get the Redding City Council to repeal its decision to sell 14.17 acres at Turtle Bay Exploration Park or put it up for a vote in November gathered 7,707 signatures, a raw count shows.
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The first quarter of 2014 has flown by, here in the northstate. We posted late last year the Top 10 Most Expensive Homes For Sale around here hoping to meet a wealthy buyer with big a pile of new money from the Twitt
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The City of Shasta Lake's Marijuana Collective/Cultivation Committee recommended moving forward with a tax on medical marijuana sales from the town's two collectives following this morning's meeting.
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Well to be fair, the boat doesn’t seem to be a fixture.
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A stalled semi-truck is slowing southbound traffic on Interstate 5 near Lakehead.
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April is here and this year comes a gift even better than blooming flowers, warm weather, and birds chirping: the end of Windows XP. Today - April 8 - Microsoft will no longer be providing security or software updates for its 12-year-old operating system. For a lot of people, this is viewed as a major inconvenience [..
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Expect temperatures to surpass 80 degrees today as the North State enjoys another warm spring day.
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In 1914: John Diestelhorst sold to Redding a right-of-way for water over his land, ending a weeks-long wrangle. A stipulation required Diestelhorst to look out for the water that would in the future flow from two streams onto his land.
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Lawrence P. Johnson, Shasta
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Afghanistan has just completed its first genuinely democratic election for president. Unlike the last supposedly free election this one appears to have been free of the massive fraud that kept the erratic and obstructive Hamid Karzai in office.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Newly posted YouTube video of Safe Haven Horse Rescue. Toured the place this afternoon. The before and after stories and pictures will warm your heart....
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Katrina Keyes' Inside Out Redding project, which puts a face on downtown, was unveiled this week with black and white portraits of the people who live or work in the city's old core.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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A Redding law firm and Dutch Bros. franchise are teaming up to stop kids from driving while "intexticated."
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A Redding man who pleaded guilty to attacking his father with a pair of scissors before cutting off his own hands with a radial saw will need to be evaluated by a psychologist before he can be committed to Napa State Hospital.
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Robert Shepherd of Redding likes to feed the birds at least three times a week.
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An upscale three-car garage went up in flames late Sunday night causing an estimated $200,000 in damage. A nearby house was spared.
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Looking for the next big fight in California water? It may be right beneath your feet.
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Rogue Fights return to Win-River Casino in Redding, with a huge women's bout on-tap.
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Pictures are going up downtown, at the Cascade Theatre (someone told me) and behind the Kobe Steak building (here). A link to the web site (a work in progress apparently)....
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Here’s a lovely home in southwest Redding. A 1968 sqft 4/2 built in 1970, but extensively remodeled in 2013.
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Just a lovely few Spring days here recently. Took some photos around Turtle Bay.
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Bloomberg's Megan McArdle asks the question here. Excerpt: "...whether you think giving to panhandlers is good or bad -- whether you think it results in immiseration of marginal people or encourages them to get help -- one thing is certain:...
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We’ve been inside this home. It’s a very nice manufactured home on 2+ acres in western Cottonwood. These are images from a few weeks ago. Click any to expand.
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The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man on suspicion of methamphetamine possession following a routine traffic stop Friday night.
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Back in the late 1970s there was a Maxwell's Restaurant in Redding. Femme de Joie's memory is a bit fuzzy on this, but she recalls it being on the corner of Market and Sacramento, where Vintage Wine Bar sits now. But she also seems to remember it on Market Street north of the mall, so [...]
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Prepare for what's likely the hottest day of the year so far in Redding with a predicted high of 85 degrees under sunny skies. According to the National Weather Service, clouds will roll in at night, when the low falls to about 52 degrees. Tuesday and the rest of the week are expected to be warm and sunny as well.
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Anderson City Council member Susie Baugh will host a community Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, April 9, 6 PM at the Anderson Community Center, 1887 Howard Street. -Do you have concerns about your neighborhood? -How do I form a neighborhood watch? -How can I avoid becoming a crime victim? -Are there other ways to be [...]
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Firefighters were sent late Sunday night to a garage fire in the Palo Cedro area.
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A 29-year-old Red Bluff man told police he was attacked at his residence over a heroin debt.
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A 14-year-old Gerber boy is being sought by law enforcement after he allegedly attacked a 16-year-old Red Bluff girl with a knife.
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Actor Mickey Rooney died today. He was 93.
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Actor Mickey Rooney died today. He was 93.
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On Twitter early last week: No longer have a professional interest in #Redding City Council. Still addicted to @jennyespino_RS' live tweets of meetings.— Bruce Ross (@530BruceRoss) April 2, 2014...
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Fire in Happy Valley totals mobile home
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The California Legislature has been quite generous -- with its own members and their staff. Californians at large don't fare as well.
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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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The Supreme Court's decision in McCutcheon is deeply damaging to democracy.
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All venues are not created equal.
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By Alayna Shulman
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It meant a lot to Lillian Boren that recently she was able to put the chain back on her bicycle.
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Far fewer immigrants arrested by California law enforcement are being turned over to federal authorities for deportation since a new state law went into effect in January.
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The Shasta College softball team clinched first place in the Golden Valley Conference with its Saturday sweep of Butte College at home.
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Like other states that opted to run their own exchange, Colorado spent several years and hundreds of millions in federal dollars to create an insurance marketplace specifically tailored for Coloradans.
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Stanford University is looking for a new kind of student: proven leaders, with 20 to 30 years of work experience, seeking to reinvent their futures. A small experiment launched last week offers older students the opportunity not to retire but retrain — and commit to new and meaningful projects.
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The sun will stick around for at least the next week. Sunday will be sunny with a high near 83, while Monday should be about 85. A north-northwest wind is expected Monday. The week should hover around 80 degrees each day for the high, while overnight lows will stay about 50 each night.
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In 1914: Inwood resident Mrs. D.A. Aldridge and her son began work on a new road over the divide between Bear and Cow creeks. Aldridge herself planned to wield a pick and shovel to establish the free highway that the local men had been chewing the rag over.
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Enterprise High School hosted the Hornet Invitational on Saturday with prep athletes competing from around the North State.
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Firefighters say a mobile home that burned in Happy Valley tonight is a total loss.
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Short Vimeo.com slideshow of some of the culinary highlights of a recent visit to Guanajuato, the charming and well-preserved colonial city about five hours north of Mexico City by bus. Dining out in Guanajuato, Mexico, 2014 from Marc Beauchamp on...
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Tehama County’s district attorney is seeking the public’s input on crime and punishment.
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SHASTA LAKE — A panel of four experts and activists on Saturday explained their opposition to a plan to divert water from the Sacramento River to the San Joaquin Valley using twin tunnels.
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Shasta County continues to struggle with high unemployment. So why are some North State businesses having such a hard time finding employees?
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Even with a bevy of rules, California lawmakers and their influence-buying patrons find workarounds, and the cycle of corruption continues.
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Call me old-fashioned or just plain old, but one of the things I like about airline travel is being required to shut off cellphones -- no talking, texting, emailing, Facebooking or whatevering for the duration of the flight.
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The governor talks, bizarrely, about the success of prison realignment. Plus, we introduce a new editorial page editor for the Record Searchlight.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Panel members give insight into when a guy just wants some fun or wants something more substantial.
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For years daughter found creativity among drifts of stuff, but a new era dawns as she transforms room.
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Letter to the editor.
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Wisconsin town celebrates its Swiss roots while cities closer to home extol its immigrants with festivals.
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Weighty research gives novel strong sense of place and character in Henry VIII's court.
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Colleen and Leslie Anderson of Elk Grove celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 4, 2014, with a barbecue dinner hosted by their children in Cottonwood. They were married on April 4, 1964, in Lakefield, Minn. Colly and Les spent their honeymoon traveling to Northern California where they've lived ever since, most
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Regulations not necessarily keeping up with technology when it comes to some hunting equipment.
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New deadline for those who started process on March 31 to finish is April 15.
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Hail beats down blooms while cats try to squeeze into tight dark spot.
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Does your child need help with autism, ADHD or other special-needs issues? Whatever the need, there's most likely an app for that.
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And don't forget about spring break activities and camps coming up.
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Two personal stories illustrate the best and worst potentials for attitudes toward gay children -- and homosexuality in general -- to play out.
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Letter to the editor.
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Just finished my first view and order appointment with Brenda Guerrero.  Thank you for being patient with me while I worked out the kinks.  Can’t wait to see the end result.  I hope Cipriano enjoys the photos as much as you!
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For more than two decades, Leland Yee climbed the political ladder in San Francisco. A child psychologist turned politician, Yee straddled opposing camps in the city’s bare-knuckled political fights, appealing to right and left and catering to constituents with a strong, attentive staff. Elegan
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College instructor's trips to find marine fossils, lava beds and traces of times past foster students' enthusiasm.
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Births — March 2014
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Half hour late by design,illegal under Prop1A,stop the $--Bullet train won't meet target travel time, lawmakers told http://t.co/R4PeJ9PN56— Doug LaMalfa (@DougLaMalfa) April 5, 2014...
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Part of an email received this morning from Lon McCasland: "...the Historical Society has asked me to do a presentation on the life of John Balma on May 10th. I believe it will take place at the Odd Fellows Hall...
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Here’s an institutionally owned country home on over 5 acres.
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Anderson police are looking for information on three assaults during the last about two weeks that investigators say may be related.
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A national look at Common Core education standards and the controversy surrounding them.
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As many states work to integrate the Common Core State Standards Initiative into their curriculum, or develop their own framework, benefits and downsides to each approach are steadily being revealed.
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The latest mass shooting at a U.S. military base — and the second in less than five years at Fort Hood, Texas — raises a potentially more disturbing question: Have the Iraq and Afghanistan wars created American-grown human time bombs with grievous mental and physical wounds that the military and veterans’ health-care
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Today will be mostly sunny with a high near 72, the National Weather Service says. A light, north-northwest wind is expected. Tonight should be partly cloudy with a low around 47. The sun should be out Sunday and the high is forecast to be near 83. Sunday night is expected t
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In 1914: H. L. Haehl said the Pit river irrigation project was practical from an engineering standpoint, that it would irrigate a much larger area at a much less cost per acre than the Iron canyon project.
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Defending-champion Shasta High baseball faces West Valley in a Sac River League game at home at 4 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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Red Bluff High softball entertains first-place Enterprise in the final game of a Sac River League three-game set.
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Redding police today arrested two men suspected of robbing a third man at gunpoint earlier this week.
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Redding police, checking a report this evening of a car crashing into an Orange Avenue duplex, were unable to find the vehicle and didn't see any damage.
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This New York Times article explains the perils of our hand sanitizer addiction and its possible impact on our overall health--from thyroid disruption to lowered testosterone. There are many possible natural substitutes like Puracyn or Thieve's spray. Click here for...
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A volunteer diver tapped by the Shasta County Sheriff’s Department for a recovery mission during the search for a drowned Oakland teen entered the waters of Lake Shasta without enough oxygen to complete the dive and drowned after his tank ran out of air 173 feet below the lake’s surface, an investigation into the death
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We don't have any alternatives on the ballot, but it would be nice to go back to a sheriff like the legendary John Balma.
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Q. Does non-resistance play any part on your spiritual path? Non-resistance is not the same as passivity. It defines a “turn the other cheek” restraint in fighting back while there is still opportunity for peaceful resolution. However it does not assume one is simply waiting to be killed or brutally injured. Every effor
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Destructive floods and thousand-year-long droughts are part of region's weather past.
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Native evergreen draws life and little water during the spring and summer.
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Replant those young plants that may not survive damage.
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Lillies and a maple tree liven up garden.
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Water storage for summer can be as easy as filling barrels and repurposing shower and dishwater.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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COTTONWOOD — A 44-year-old Cottonwood man was arrested on suspicion of arson today after telling sheriff’s deputies he set fire to the home in which he lived because it was haunted with ghosts.
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A state water agency is meeting in Redding next week to consider naming dozens of streams in the state “impaired” because of poor water quality that kills off fish that once flourished there.
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The Red Bluff Crawdad Festival has cheated death again.
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Anderson New Technolgy High School grad Marcus Duvoisin visited his alma mater today to launch a tech contest in which the winning New Tech student will receive a free week at a Digital Media Academy summer camp. Duvoisin is assistant director of curriculum and instructions at Digital Media Academy, headquartered in Los Gat
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It's been an enjoyable ride for Enjoy the Store since it opened in downtown Redding nearly four years ago.
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50-word dash.
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Letter to the editor.
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50-word dash.
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Letter to the editor.
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50-word dash.
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Letter to the editor.
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Red Bluff High softball entertains Sac River League-leading Enterprise to cap a three-game series Friday at 4 p.m.
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say they arrested one of Shasta's Most Wanted offenders today.
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Firefighters went to Bailey Cove to help a hiker who broke her leg this afternoon.
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An often disappointing aspect of helping home sellers is that we meet great clients like Sam and his family, and then help them move away! Before leaving, he paused briefly to let us record his actual results using our listing services, and for his kindness we are very thankful. A little out of focus, but the message
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According to this, Lake Shasta is at 50 percent of capacity. That's sure better than 36 percent, which it was not too long ago....
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Our snow-capped mountain moves people....
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Alright people, Monica will be out of the office for a week. But Zack (that’s me) will be here until the 7th. Monica should be back at the studio on the 15th, and I’m being extremely lazy, so you won’t see me again until the 23rd. Give me a call before I leave if you […]
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Redding police are warning residents about an increase of fake lottery, email and online scams.
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The signature-gathering campaign by the REVOLT group has raised the trust issue. If the initiative is approved for the November ballot, trust will be an issue on both sides. From my Saturday column four weeks ago: Trust deficit The newspaper...
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Shasta County Sheriff's deputies say "ghosts" prompted a man in the Anderson area to set fire to his home.
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Here’s a nice looking home in the very walkable Westwood Manor neighborhood.
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A transient was arrested at gunpoint around 7 a.m. today after police say he came out of the Safeway gas station convenience store off Cypress Avenue in Redding and threw a handful of money in the air.
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The Redding, California, law firm of Barr and Mudford has announced the addition of Catie Barr to its roster of attorneys. Third-generation north state born and raised, Ms. Barr is also a third-generation lawyer. Her grandfather, Everett Barr, was born in Mt. Shasta, served as a trial lawyer for many years and then as a [..
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“The person who can freely acknowledge that life is full of difficulties can be free, because they are acknowledging the nature of life - that it can't be much else.” Shunryu Suzuki It has been my observation that I suffer when I have what I don’t want or want what I don’t have. I do [...]
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Irene Granados celebrated her 16th birthday while walking through the desert two years ago trying to reach the United States — and safety.
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Big campaign money just got even bigger.
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Faced with a skyrocketing suicide rate in their ranks, many of the nation’s veterans hope that marijuana will be their salve.
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Redding could scattered showers before 11 a.m. today but the area is otherwise headed toward warmer weather. There's also a 20 percent chance of showers tonight though Saturday should push the high temperature to 71 degrees under Sunny skies. Sunday will hit 81 while highs next week will hover in the low 80s.
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In 1914: The state highway commission Sacramento Canyon headquarters would be moved from Redding to Dunsmuir the next month because Dunsmuir would be a more convenient point to carry on the heavy work of putting the highway through the canyon.
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Central Valley and Anderson square off for a Northern Athletic League doubleheader at Volonte Park.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The wives of four California Highway Patrol officers who work out of the Redding area office are suing the state agency, claiming it violated their right to privacy.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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Whites ran Chinese out of town, and a mysterious fire finished off the neighborhood.
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Find a new pet.
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See who was at what recent event.
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County elections office seeks poll workers; training available.
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Also help local causes at various fundraisers.
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After spending the past two months in the classroom, more than 600 young fish were set free today at Anderson River Park.
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A Superior Court judge today ordered three men to stand trial for murder in a Jan. 26 shooting at Alta Mesa Park that left a 21-year-old Redding man dead.
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Moves to install locks on hydrants in two Shasta County water districts are raising alarms among firefighters that they’ll lose precious seconds in battling blazes.
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There is such thing as a free lunch in Shasta County schools, but nutrition officials say as students get older, they're less likely to take advantage of the programs.
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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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Only time will tell the true impact of the Supreme Court's latest campaign finance decision. Money, as they say, isn't everything.
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Redding's City Council majority has been down this path before. Like President Obama, it seeks to restrict constitutional rights by opening them up to modern revision. Last time was freedom of speech at the library, now it's employees' right to carry.
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WASHINGTON — When has a secretary of state been involved in so many disastrous, self-initiated negotiations? First, John Kerry convenes -- against all advice and holding no cards -- Geneva negotiations to resolve the Syria conflict and supposedly remove Bashar al-Assad from power. The talks collapse in acrimony and confus
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Anderson police say they caught a burglar in the Anderson Heights neighborhood.
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Every day is education day in this line of work, else we’d soon all be out of work. But once a year the local Region 2 of the California Association of Realtors gathers together to hear influential speakers, meet service vendors, and network. This year we met at the lovely Rolling Hills Casino facility in Corning. T
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Local labor leaders attempting to force the Redding City Council’s $600,000 land deal with the McConnell Foundation onto the November ballot plan to tur in their petitions today, a day ahead of schedule.
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Here’s a rare foreclosure property in the Tanglewood community of Redding.
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Prescribed burns are taking place to the side of Interstate 5 by the California Department of Transportation today.
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David Letterman will retire in 2015, according to CNN.
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Build a fort, ride a trike, give into goo. Week of the Young Child, which kicks off Saturday, is action packed. And that includes plenty of outdoor action.
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On the radio this morning, Redding City Councilman Gary Cadd vowed to continue his city-related travels, questioned the motives behind Councilwoman Missy McArthur's criticism this week and repeatedly refused to defend himself, instead urging listeners to watch the videotaped discussion...
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A Tehama County man told deputies someone stole a boat motor worth $2,500 and an autopilot mounting bracket from his boat between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
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A fire in the heating and air conditioning unit inside the library building at Simpson University was quickly contained this morning.
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It was time to get a new dog. Our last dog, a terrier mix, was with us for over 18 years. His passing devastated us, especially my wife Diane who would break out in tears months afterwards if his name was mentioned. We were dogless for four years, which gave us more leeway in travelling [...]
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The cassette player in my 20-year-old Taurus has jammed, and I've been reduced to listening to nothing but local broadcasting. This is a mixed blessing. Now that my car radio's five buttons are set to the top AM/FM oldie-stations, I get to rock-out to the best of the 60s and 70s. Cool. Much nicer than [...]
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On trial: California’s rules on teacher tenure and dismissal. The issue: Do the rules keep bad teachers in classrooms and doom some students to an inadequate education?
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Stories of those affected by the recent mudslides in Washington.
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Expect a cool day with calm wind and the chance of showers after 11 a.m. The chance will jump from 40 percent during the day to 50 percent at night. Thursday's high should be about 58. Friday will also see a chance of rain, though temperatures will warm into the 60s. Saturday should be mostly sun
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In 1914: The Redding Chamber of Commerce issued invitations to a meeting in the new band pavilion to discuss how to dispose of the problems that confront Redding and improve the city along all lines.
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Enterprise High softball hosts Red Bluff in a pivotal Sac River League doubleheader.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Red Bluff High baseball entertains Enterprise in a Sac River League doubleheader.
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Standing behind a picture of a stone-faced woman with the words, “Well she was drunk” and beside another that read, “She was asking for it,” Alan Berkowitz said he wants to hear more of those kind of messages.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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One Safe Place’s annual Take Back the Night march against sexual assault is being held tonight at Redding’s downtown promenade atrium, 1670 Market St.
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Redding City Councilman Gary Cadd’s taxpayer-funded wanderlust came under scrutiny Tuesday from a fellow council member who questioned the wisdom of traveling to Southern California conferences when his attendance was neither required or under the purview of his liaison assignments. The freshman councilor s
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Gary Cadd has shown a disregard for the basic customs of serving on a collegial and productive City Council, and Redding is the worse for it.
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If you are a regular to Redding’s Market Street Faire (formerly MarketFest), you may have seen musician Dan Verdugo open for Kelly Joe Phelps last summer. This popular North State musician performs with Frisson, a duo with girlfriend Natasha Keys. With Natasha as the lead singer, Frisson sings any genre from blues to jazz
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For some reason, I haven’t thought of Cheesecakes Unlimited as a dinner place. That changed after we met some friends there on a recent Saturday evening.
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Ian Scarfe is a San Francisco-based classical musician who hightails it to Trinity County whenever he gets a chance. It wasn’t long before some of his musician friends joined in on the chance to escape the hustle and bustle of big-city life.
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It appears the north state has been thirsty for the brewery experience.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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The residential construction market in Redding in March continued its strong 2014.
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ANDERSON — As investigators continued to shift through the ashes of a Thomas Avenue home gutted in a Tuesday morning fire, the Shasta County coroner’s office today identified the man and woman found lying in their beds, he with a gunshot wound to his head.
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Three men charged with murder in connection with a fatal Jan. 26 shooting at a Redding park will have to wait another day to see if they will stand trial.
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It does no good to the global cause of women's rights to suggest, as former President Jimmy Carter has, that the pay gap and college sexual assault problems in America are equal to the state-sanctioned atrocities elsewhere.
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The plan to raise the dam affects far more. An upcoming forum will address impacts on rivers, and what's really happening in the Delta.
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Dick Johnson thinks of it like a jam session. But rather than musicians with fiddles, mandolins and guitars, people will be riffing on hooks, feathers and fishing line.
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Japan recently turned over to the United States enough weapons-grade nuclear material to make dozens of nuclear bombs. This was one of President Barack Obama’s few foreign policy “successes,” as part of his nuclear disarmament initiative. But his foreign policy successes may be more dangerous than his “failures.”
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Redding police said today they've caught another of Shasta's Most Wanted, a program that targets offenders who failed to show up for sentencing.
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It seems to be his hobby, his interest. And it sure was a big part of Cadd's message when he ran in 2012. My interview with him a month before he narrowly defeated incumbent Dick Dickerson: I've often wondered if...
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FORT HOOD, Texas -- Fort Hood has ordered everyone at the Texas Army base to "shelter in place," in response to a reported shooting, according to the Associated Press and CNN.
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An anti-drunken-driving organization honored a Red Bluff police officer Tuesday in Redding for his efforts to combat impaired drivers.
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As we wait for news on Redding's efforts to land nonstop air service to Los Angeles, one of the communities competing with Redding for the flights moved a step closer. The city of Modesto announced last month that it has raised $1 million in pledges that an airline requested to start flights to L.A. The cit
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A picture of snow on 6,199-foot Shasta Bally this morning. (Yesterday afternoon it felt cold enough to snow in Redding.)...
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A multi-vehicle reported on westbound Highway 44 at Park Marina Drive caused traffic headaches this morning.
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Sunday, April 6, 2014; Parkville Ranch; 5810 Parkville Road Anderson, CA You are invited to come and visit the historic Parkville Ranch for the dedication of the David DuBose Nature Preserve and a conservation easement for the property. Sandra DuBose has donated a permanent conservation easement on the nearly 150 year old P
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Like many people in Shasta County, I was thrilled to learn recently of the preservation of the Parkville Ranch with a conservation easement administered through the Shasta Land Trust. As the Ranch could otherwise be sold for development purposes at a much higher price, this action amounts to a large gift to the public and [
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Anyone who tries to board a flight with a gun at Orlando International Airport almost certainly faces arrest. It won’t matter if the person has a concealed-weapon permit or simply forgot the pistol was in a carry-on.
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In nearly nine years as head of the nation’s largest intelligence agency, Gen. Keith Alexander presided over a vast expansion of digital spying, acquiring information in a volume his predecessors would have found unimaginable.
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Redding will get a short break today from rainy weather as forecasters expect a mostly sunny day with a high near 63. Rain will return, however, Thursday with a 30 percent chance of showers after 11 a.m. and a 50 percent chance that night. Friday and Saturday could see more rain, while sun is exp
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The Board of Supervisors opened this meeting, as it usually does, with recognition of the County Employee of the Month and a Proclamation. The Proclamation designated April 2014 as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Along with statistics about the prevalence of rape, sexual assault and sexual harassment, Josh Lowery, Chief Dep
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Just in time before the rain, “Cirque de Fue” was a hit. Saturday night, hordes of community members flocked to Caldwell Park to see the unique talents and perhaps less traditional gifts such as belly dancing, acrobatics, and fire breathing. Vendors encircled the roped off area, selling such items as melte
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In 1914: It seemed likely that the spur track running to Turtle Bay would be taken up as well authenticated reports said that the Southern Pacific Railroad Co. applied to the state railroad commission for permission for its removal.
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Gary Cadd, the Redding councilor who has fashioned himself as a fiscal conservative, almost single-handedly blew through the City Council’s modest $5,000 travel budget in his first year in office.
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Gary Cadd, the Redding councilor who has fashioned himself as a fiscal conservative, almost single-handedly blew through the City Council’s modest $5,000 travel budget in his first year in office.
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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The Shasta County Bomb Squad on Tuesday night went to the 3300 block of Cockerill Drive in the Enterprise area where a Redding man had a "suspicious" object that he found earlier in the day in Corning.
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Police and paramedics are heading to Hilltop Drive after receiving reports of a hit-and-run crash.
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First-place U-Prep baseball faces Redding Christian in a Five-Star League game at Big League Dreams.
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The Paul J. Bunyan Conservation Society is hosting a baseball reinvention, with a mission of re-employing displaced timber industry workers.
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Biomass power plants use loopholes in clean air laws to emit more pollution, on a per megawatt basis, than coal-fired electricity generating facilities, according to a new report issued Tuesday.
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SHASTA LAKE — The city of Shasta Lake could allow residents to vote on a medical marijuana tax as early as November.
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Gary Cadd's travel to city-related conferences and meetings around California has become news. But back when the city had money -- before the Great Recession -- Mayor John Mathena and Vice Mayor Ken Murray jetted off to Shanghai...for a topiary...
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Shasta County sheriff's deputies took a person into custody tonight after getting a report of shots being fired from a pickup in the Oak Run area.
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Firefighters are heading to the 21000 block of Fig Tree Lane after receiving reports of a house on fire.
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Kevin Askeland's biweekly "North State Notes" column breaks down Northern Section prep sports from a historical and statistical perspective.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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ANDERSON — In what may have been a murder-suicide, the bodies of an Anderson man and a woman were found Tuesday morning in the charred ruins of a Thomas Avenue home destroyed by fire.
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Working from home, producing an organic and environmentally friendly food product was a dream for Round Mountain egg farmer Dan Martin. But the harder he worked, and ironically as his loyal following of customers grew, the dream for Martin started to fade
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ANDERSON — With a hot and busy fire season expected, wildland firefighters held a dry run today over a cold and wet course.
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A shareholder class action lawsuit has been filed over the $178.4 million merger between Redding-based North Valley Bank and Chico-based Tri Counties Bank.
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The Shasta Lake City Council will continue its discussion on whether or not to impose a general tax on medical marijuana sales at the area collectives.
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Last talent showcase of the spring season is coming up! Mall Finals date changed to May 9.
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Item on the Redding City Council's consent calendar this evening: Approve Fourth Amendment to the Restaurant Lease Agreement with Peter Chu (C-3078) to reduce the monthly rental fee by $750 per month for a six-month period in consideration of the...
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Just as a cold virus can be passed from one person to the next, so can cavity-causing bacteria. Mothers with cavities can transmit caries-producing oral bacteria to their babies when they clean pacifiers by sticking them in their own mouths or by sharing spoons. This column suggests how to prevent transfer of cavities.
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A review of South Park: The Stick of Truth for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
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From The Congressman's website. "I value all feedback from residents of the 1st Congressional District of California. I am here to serve you, and so is my staff. Below please find the best means by which you may contact me or my offices." He does not respond unless it is a gushing approval of his actions or fits his agenda.
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"Solitary Confinement and California Prison Updates": A special presentation with guest speaker Laura Magnani will address the issue of solitary confinement in prisons and give an update on other current events in our prisons.
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Rivrecity Jazz Concerts to include country band, the Coyotes.
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A Redding man crashed a car the same day he'd bought it when he shifted into the wrong gear, say officers with the California Highway Patrol.
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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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List of support groups in the North State.
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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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Executive Director Christine Stokes, methinks, has brought them into the 21st century. Tweet today from the Shasta Historical Society: We have launched our OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM site. Follow every moment that our staff captures in pictures of our Society in action!—...
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My friend asked me to watch these videos, especially since one of the large churches (non-catholic) here in Redding, CA, is shown in the 3rd video. I was shocked to see what has become so popular. Many have said that it looks like demonic possession. Take a look and decided for yourself!
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Police say they've nabbed four more members of Shasta's Most Wanted in the previous few days.
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While I have doubts that the measure will get the required number of signatures -- the recent lousy weather couldn't have helped -- I give the Redding REVOLT folks credit for creative outreach. I was on YouTube waiting for Concrete...
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Somebody, spam I think, suggested this listicle. I thought it was indeed some good info worth pointing out. And I would add one more item to their 25 mistakes. Doing a major remodel without getting a permit. Especially anything that adds to floor footage, or substantially changes the floorplan. We see this all the tim
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Police say they arrested a 37-year-old man early today in connection with an attack on another man Saturday that involved a hammer.
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Gardening in Times of Drought is the subject of an inter-active workshop, free and open to the public, presented by Wayne Kessler, this Sunday, April 6, starting at 2:00 in the Social Hall of First United Methodist Church, South and East Streets, Redding. Topics will include best methods to regulate and
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Interesting to contemplate a decade back, when this home was worth almost $315K.
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Police say they've found two bodies inside a home that caught fire early today on a residential Anderson street.
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A wreck Monday evening sent a 29-year-old Redding man to a local hospital with head and upper body injuries, Redding police said.
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Throughout our local waterways – from the ACID canal to the Sacramento River – you'll see ducks. North American Wood Ducks to be exact. The only North American waterfowl that breed twice in the same season. over the years these colorful birds have faced hard times. With over hunting and loss of habitat, they came [...]
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Redding Councilwoman Missy McArthur wants to talk about councilors’ travel at city expense.
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Redding could see thunderstorms today after 11 a.m. The high should be about 51 degrees with a south-southeast wind of 5 to 10 mph. Showers could hit tonight before 11 p.m. Wednesday should dry off a bit with mostly sunny skies and a high near 61, though showers could return Thursday.
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In every region of America, white and Asian children are far better positioned for success than black, Latino and American Indian children, according to a new report appealing for urgent action to bridge this racial gap.
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In 1914: Should Redding pave streets with bituminous asphalt? Business and property owners started a movement in Reddin gto have at least one or two of the city’s principal thoroughfares laid with bitumis, a form of asphalt in general use in large cities.
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The Oregon Street Antique Mall is starting over under new ownership, beginning April 1. Phil and Kathryn Barker, who own the Oregon Street Antique Mall, as well as the space that housed the recently closed Tapas Restaurant, reopened the antique mall after the mall's previous owners decided to close the business and mov
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A brief look at news from around the North State.
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Three local prep athletes have committed to colleges.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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From Bosenko's Facebook page on March 29: Tonight I was honored by the Gun Owners of California. State Director Sam Paredes presented me with the "Sheriff of the Year Award". The recognition was for my efforts in support of our...
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The president tried his best to avoid taking action, but he's finally moving in the right direction on government's ability to spy on its citizens.
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A brief look at business news from around the North State.
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An early morning traffic accident closed down a stretch of Placer Road west of Redding this morning and caused a power outage affecting nearly 500 electric utility customers.
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Haven Humane Society is not concerned about a Redding restaurant's exotic bird attraction.
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Tyler Lamirande, a seventh-grader at Burney Junior-Senior High School, says he has been kicked, punched, yanked to the ground and called names by his classmates since the beginning of the school year.
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Officials believe the man who jumped off the Market Street Bridge and into the Sacramento River Saturday in an attempt to avoid arrest is likely dead, but they'll resume their search for him once the water clears.
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WASHINGTON Efforts to link the Siskiyou Mountains to the Cascades with a presidential declaration of a Siskiyou Crest National Monument got more complicated last week when the House voted to limit the president’s authority make the designation.
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Don't get too excited about the rain.
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Suspension is too easy on the Senate Three. They've disgraced the office and deserve to be immediately expelled. Their constituents deserve a prompt special election to regain representation.
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Jerry Thacker, Redding
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Greg Beale, Redding
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William Stanley, Cottonwood
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...(and who around here doesn't?) you might be interested in the following e-mail, just received from local author Bob "The Sacramento: A Transcendent River" Madgic: In case you're interested and available, I am presenting my program "Watching the River Run"...
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If you followed my radio show, Positively Healthy, you know I loved interviewing Sacramento author Hank Shaw. A former journalist turned forager and chef, Shaw will be holding a workshop with detailed instruction for cooking waterfowl on April 15th. His...
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A Red Bluff man and woman were arrested Saturday after letting deputies conducting a random motel check into their room, Tehama County sheriff's deputies said.
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There's been a rash of vehicle burglaries in the Antelope area of Red Bluff during the past two weeks, prompting the Tehama County Sheriff's Office to issue a warning today to residents to be aware of the thefts.
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RED BLUFF - It wasn't much of a getaway car. A 41-year-old Tehama County man remains today in Tehama County Jail in lieu of $200,000 bail after he allegedly tried to avoid arrest last week by trying to steal a tractor in order to flee a sheriff's deputy, it was announced today by sheriff's personnel.
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Livestock, dairies, all bad!--White House looks to regulate cow flatulence as part of climate agenda http://t.co/xbTBJO4Tnz via @dailycaller— Doug LaMalfa (@DougLaMalfa) March 31, 2014...
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Here’s a modern stucco home in the lovely Silver Creek neighborhood. This is a neighborhood in high demand. We recall this home most recently as a failed short sale listed for $380K. Says here it’s
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I’m a bloomin’ idiot for flowers! Yes, I am!! And, I’m willing to bet that a goodly number of you will also admit to going bonkers for various blooms, especially in the Spring. Sitting out on my deck the other afternoon, I saw the lilacs blooming in my backyard, the fruit trees blooming next door [...]
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Not for nothing have I just dropped what might be the first ever F-bomb in these decorous columns. It’s there to prime you for “Accidental Death of an Anarchist,” a must-see at the Berkeley Rep from now through April 20th. The two-act satire is profane, thoroughly offensive and not to be missed – an incendiary [...]
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The right people will understand. The others will never understand.
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Short video of Friday evening worship service at Bethel Church....
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One of my favorite pieces in the ongoing dog art exhibit -- Angela Bennie's "Junior" 2013 (oil on canvas). That looks like the Sacramento River Stress Ribbon Bridge in the background....
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Patients' Hospital on Eureka Way. Here's an ad designed by talented Redding graphic designer Matthew Briner in the latest issue of Enjoy magazine....
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Taken by my daughter at Shasta Dam....
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I have some doubts about the results of that Gallup-Healthways survey that has Mayor Rick Bosetti PO'd. This jumped off the page in Jenny Espino's story this morning: "Redding was second in the country for fresh produce consumption." Really? The...
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April 12 2014 – First Race! Gear up race fans. The track is back!! April 12 at 11 am. Chassis Certifications – Test ‘n Tune at 1 pm. STREET LEGAL RACING BEGINS AT 6 pm!!! Are you getting ready for our first race of the season? CHASSIS CERTIFICATIONS @ 11am $150/car
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From Jenny Espino's follow-up story today...Dan Witters of the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index breaks down the survey: Redding was second in the country for fresh produce consumption. It also was in the top 50 for eating healthy and exercise. But Redding...
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On Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 10th, 11th and 12th - the Redding-based Shasta Chapter of the California Native Society will hold their annual spring plant sale open to the public.
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by Jenny Brewer The time to place your vote has come to Shasta College! On April 29th, and 30th, Shasta College students will be able to place their ballot for student senate. The Informational Booth in the cafeteria will be designated for votes; as well as polling sites available at e
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Read about it here on the Asbury Park newspaper's web site....
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The National Weather Service has this short article on the 50th anniversary. Lots of footage on YouTube too. Like this one:...
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Pope Frances purges and purifies his soul to prepare himself to hear the confessions of others.
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Mayor Rick Bosetti today extended a friendly invitation to the heads of Gallup and Healthways, which recently ranked Redding low for overall well-being: Come see for yourself. In a letter sent to the chief executive offices of Gallup and Healthways, Mayor Bosetti invited each to personally "see how a city that ranks 187th"
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The number of homes for sale in our MLS popped up over 900 today for the first time in a while. That increase seems to follow the statewide trend seen in this chart.   The remains of t
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Says here it is “in need of repair.” Sounds like an opportunity. “Large ranch style home on corner lot. Hardwoods throughout, open floor plan and large shaded lot. Home is in need of repairs. Bring offers.” So writes the foreclosure listing
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Which do you want first, the good news or the bad news? You may have heard the bad news already. Redding's dirty laundry was aired around the globe this week when USA Today ran a piece about the results of a Gallup Poll and accompanying Healthways report on the best (and worst) cities in the [...]
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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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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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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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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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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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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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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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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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Letter to the editor.
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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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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