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May 26th, 2014

The ISS has HD cameras, and offers a live feed. Here is your planet, below. Press play. Wait a bit. If black, it’s probably night for the ISS. If grey or brown, it’s switching cameras. Be patient. Sunrise comes every 45 minutes for our intrepid crew and station, so check back soon. It’s worth it. Toggle “Best
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Here’s a rare REO in Shasta Hills Estates, a gated Active 55+ community. There’s just this one marketing image supplied, but you can click on it to make it larger at least. It’s a c
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A couple of people I know got married some years ago.  It was an ill-fated marriage; they really had very little in common, outside the bedroom, if you know what I mean.  Their battles were long and
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When I was a child - granted, that was a long time ago - Memorial Day was on May 30. It was not a three-day weekend. Older people like my grandmother referred to it as Decoration Day. The Uniform Monday Holiday Act was passed in 1968, moving four holidays from their traditional dates to a specified Monday in order to create
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Above the fold, no less. Well, technically this isn’t specifically about us. But we’re quoted as sources by journalist David Benda. No, not the “Murderer gets life in prison” story.
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Here’s an east Redding home at a very attractive price. The price howev
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Classic mid century ranch style home that has been tastefully updated. A well loved home that has been in the family for many years. This home is approximately 2373 sqft, and is located on 1.19 country acres. Stylish brick entryway
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Here’s a handy calculator that could help the architect from our last post to make an informed decision as to whether he should buy or rent. Click on the thumbnail to visit the NYT Calculator. Of cou
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Nobody builds much out of Lodgepoles these days. Not lodging, at least.
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Have I ever told you the story of how I got here? No? Refresh your drink, settle in, and I'll tell you how I became acquainted with Redding and became the Mistress of Ceremonies at the Cascade Theatre. And stick around, because I'm going to unleash the Cascade's 10th Anniversary Season on you. It's kind [...]
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On May 31 local opera star, Sydney Mancasola, will perform at the Cascade Theatre in a benefit concert for Mercy Foundation North. Proceeds from the evening will be directed to the important community services of Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs and Golden Umbrella. Mancasola recently won the prestigious Metr
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by Ryan Loughrey The last week of school brings about the –ings: cramming for finals, planning for the summer, and tanning to get rid of the pale whiteness that had come with winter.   However, there also occurred an event that, it could be argued, is even more important than ha
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I know them. You know them. We all know them. The Nigerian scammers. We all get their emails. We delete them. I have an alternative email address that I keep for very specific business purposes. For some reason it attracts scads and scads of scam emails. I check it every few days and delete all the spam.
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Here’s a new locavore treat. Salt and Savour make sauerkraut in Dunsmuir. I bought a jar recently. The first application that came to mind was a kraut hotdog. I know I wa
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Twice a year, I do something I loathe more than serving jury duty or sitting in the dentist's chair. I prepare my students' grades. Evaluations are essential for helping students improve. No problem there, but grades are more—and less—than that. They are the ultimate abstraction of a student's effort to a single symbol,
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A few weeks ago, I entered a song in radio station KZFR's "Celebration of the Song" contest. The song -- 2:20 -- was inspired by a late night trip to the Redding train station at two o'clock in the morning - because that's when the train rolls through town.  The
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Here’s a government owned home and separate shop on 2.7 acres in Happy Valley.
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Opting to forego a 4.5-percent raise “wasn’t that difficult of a decision, quite frankly,” City Manager Kurt Starman said Wednesday, a day after the City Council met behind closed doors for an annual evaluation of his performance. Starman said the salary increase was called for in the employment contract he
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The Board of Supervisors held a brief meeting this week, with a modest agenda. At every meeting of the Board, time is set aside for Supervisors to report on activities they have engaged in during the previous week as part of their work. Often this is simply a list of meetings and community events attended. [...]
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Here’s some feelgood claptrap they are running on TV about Realtors. I think you could just as easily substitute Plumber for Realtor, and the message would be equally meaningless, but hey that’s just my reaction. I hope they didn’t spend too much Realtor money on it, because I think it fails to be very compellin
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To the Manor, born. We like Westwood Manor as one of the most walkable of Redding neighborhoods. This is the only marketing image we are supplied, click to slightly enlarge. Restatuants, Grocery stor
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Redesign is the service of creating dramatic room makeovers, utilizing the client's existing furnishings, art and accessories. I had the pleasure of being hired to redesign friends' Canda and Don William's lovely beach-inspired home. Canda was gracious enough to share the couple's redesign experience with aNewsCafe.com read
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On Saturday, June 21, 2014 from 10 a.m.- 3 p.m., there will be an Asante African Bazaar at St. James Lutheran Church, 2500 Shasta View Drive, in Redding, featuring beautiful hand-crafted gift items including: baskets, jewelry, clothing, batiks, table clothes, carvings, purses, soap stone and hats.  The Asante Netw
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Only at a world-class repertory theater like Ashland can you get to see live stagings of Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" and the Marx Brothers' "Cocoanuts" in a single theater weekend. It's almost too much hilarity to handle at a go. But, watching them back-to-back brings out the family resemblance between the two farces,
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Hello Race Fans! We’ve updated our season schedule to accommodate the races that were rained out in April and worked out some other scheduling errors. Though not many changes were made, please disregard the old schedule and print this one out for future reference. As always, you can find up to the minute rac
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Tehama County is situated in the fertile northern Sacramento Valley and is host to a rich and diverse ecosystem, which yields some of the finest food in the world. Many of these crops are grown by the Tehama Trail farmers, who you will get a chance to meet during the 4th Annual Tehama Trail Passport [...]
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Captured these images from a meadow off Mt Eddy, about an hour’s drive north of Redding. Very pretty.
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The California Assoication of Realtors is offering a sweepstakes with a $10K prize. Click on the link to enter. You can enter once a day. Void outside California and where prohibited. The Champions of Home™ $10,000 Furniture Makeover Sweepstakes (the
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Wife needed her medications refilled. Dr. A said, "You must come in. We will not renew prescriptions without a physical." Physical included a blood panel. Three days later she got a call to come in immediately for a consultation. The referring Dr. A said, "You have a very serious problem." He gave her an appointment [...]
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The is my two youngest brothers new book.  Warning: This is not a spiritual book! It has adult humor.That being said..... It is really funny!Here is their web page
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Corning, CA, May 15, 2014 — Recognizing that a skilled workforce is vital to the economic and cultural health of a community, Rolling Hills Casino proudly hosted the “Expect S’More Opportunities, Summit on Education” in the Carlino’s Event Center.? ?The annual summit is a program of Expect
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Come on out to enjoy this big Redding – Bella Vista home on 5 acres with a pool. Stop by and say hi! We’ll be out there from 11 -1pm on Saturday. 21943 Sagebrush Trail Redding, CA 96003.
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"It's spring fever..... You don't quite know what it is you DO want, but it fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so!" Mark TwainSigh. Just thinking about what I want, and what it will take to get it, and how long that might be before it happens.We all have the illusion that we're in control, but we aren't, not really.
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Here are a few images captured yesterday of our listing at 6996 Reflection. It’s been beautifully renovated. Seller is motivated! Click any to enlarge slightly.
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Actually, we celebrate rodeo all week long in Redding with many civic events that culminate in the evening show at the rodeo grounds. Here are a few images I captured at the 2012 event to get you fired up for this year’s spectacle. It’s a unique tradition here.
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Here’s a link to an amusing series of images of homes that fail the curb appeal test. Shasta County sellers often don’t seem to recognize the value of curb appeal. You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. Click on the thumbnail to go to the article.
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In 1914: Crews planned to drive a tunnel over a mile long at the Bonanza King mine. The No. 4 tunnel, already 700 feet long, would be expanded 6,500 feet.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Enterprise High softball has a chance to clinch a share of a Sac River League title Tuesday, with a doubleheader sweep of West Valley and some help from Red Bluff.
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Foothill High softball hosts Red Bluff in a pivotal Sac River League doubleheader. Both teams need wins to stay alive in the hunt for an SRL title.
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A missing 17-year-old has prompted an alert from the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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That didn’t take long.
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Those who think Wally Herger did a good job elected Doug LaMalfa.
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More Madgic fall-out.
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What we really need are more committees.
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There seem to be a dangerously large number of people who think that the law exists to give them whatever they want -- even when that means denying other people the same rights they claim for themselves.
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The hope is to do something -- anything -- about the weight crisis that has become a leading driver of spiraling health care costs.
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We should hold teachers to a high standard.
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Armed with devices, they scoured downtown Redding for signs, benches, lights and crosswalks to be used by planners.
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Some employers having hard time finding skilled workers, Mark Lascelles tells panel. Also, he expects a deal with an airline could be clinched in coming year.
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Police, sheriff’s deputies and a California Highway Patrol helicopter searched a south Anderson neighborhood Tuesday for at least one man they believe ran away after an attempted residential burglary here.
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Company that makes microscopy equipment wants to build 30,000-square-foot facility on Mountain Lakes Boulevard.
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North State business news in brief.
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An ACID official said the drought has made the district's canals more susceptible to seepage.
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Sierra Pacific Industries will give One Safe Place $1 million over the next five years for the anti-family violence organization's new shelter, the biggest donation the organization has ever received.
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Kids get chance to ride horses and beard growers can show off their whiskers at Rodeo Week events.
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Firefighters have contained a blaze in an outbuilding at 1735 Milo Avenue this evening.
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Kevin Askeland's North State Notes column.
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Foothill High softball entertains Red Bluff in a crucial Sac River League doubleheader at 3 p.m. in Palo Cedro Tuesday.
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A driver charged with vehicular manslaughter and involuntary manslaughter in connection with a July crash that claimed the life of a 5-year-old boy pleaded not guilty today during his arraignment in Tehama County Superior Court.
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A flatbed truck caught fire in Tehama County this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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A sedan has crashed into a construction area, causing debris to spill into and block the southbound freeway lanes near Lakehead this morning.
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Sierra Pacific Industries will give One Safe Place $1 million over the next five years so the anti-family violence organization can build a new shelter in Redding.
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Police have called off a search for a burglary suspect who fled after barricading himself in a home on Hemlock Street this morning.
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A potentially armed suspect is inside the ABC2News building in Baltimore, Md., after ramming into the TV station with a dump truck. Police would later confirm that the dump truck the man used to ram the building three times was stolen.
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The California Association of Realtors conducted a survey of home luxury home buyers and sellers. 730 online surveys were received in November 2013. Respondents are luxury clients who purchased or sold a home for over one million dollars. We have some interesting results we’ll be sharing here.
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First Christian Church, 3590 Placer Street, Redding will be holding a drive-thru collection of new (nothing outdated please), travel or regular size personal hygiene items on Saturday, May 31st from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. The items collected will be distributed at Project Homeless CONNECT. Project Homeless CONNECT is an ann
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors meeting starting at 9 a.m. at 1450 Court St., Suite 263 in downtown Redding.
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That didn’t take long. The whereabouts of the “loot” stolen Monday by the Lone Stranger and the Sidekick to kick off Redding Rodeo Week was quickly found that very morning under a bench at the Veterans Grove near the Civic Auditorium.
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Until 2004, the knowledge of beautiful cascading Whiskeytown Falls was kept silent. In the late 1960’s only a few loggers and park rangers knew about the falls, but the funds to create a trail and protect them were not available. It was Whiskeytown Recreational Area’s best kept secret. Eventually, park rangers and other
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Temperatures are on the way up, as today's high is expected to reach 95 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
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In 1914: Pollow’s large carnival threw open the doors of its numerous attractions and set the indicator a-spinning on many a wheel of fortune. The attractions were scattered over half the business section of downtown Redding, the crowds traveling from one center of attraction of another.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Simpson University softball defeated Concordia of Portland in its NAIA playoff opener in Irvine.
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Foothill High baseball travels to play West Valley in a suspended game for a chance at a share of a Sac River League championship.
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A breakdown of the latest Northern Section baseball and softball playoff points. The baseball playoffs begin Friday, while softball is in the final week of the regular season.
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North state news in brief
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Bradford facing 25 years to life in prison if convicted of murdering her baby.
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Man accused of killing 14-year-old girl to return in July to find out whether trial will be moved out of Tehama County
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Redding's Jack in the Box stores are now letting recipients of CalWorks use their EBT cards to pay for food.
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Paul Howell made a choice nearly 50 years ago that he now realizes was one of those life-changing moments. The Redding resident was 16 when his family's home in Ohio was lost fire.
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If climate change isn't man-made, does that mean there's no reason to try to counter its effects?
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The state Energy Commision is poised to award a $27.5 million contract to build hydrogen refueling stations to a new company that's never built anything. But the firm's co-president helped design the refueling program .
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Union PAC spends more than $15,000 raised by fellow unions on ads and other expenses.
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Do Republicans really need the Benghazi issue to crush Democrats in the midterm election — especially since it's been repeatedly investigated?
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Union PAC spends more than $15,000 raised by fellow unions on ads and other expenses.
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Wolves seen on same trail, and OR-7 sticking around in one location. It all adds up to possible new family.
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OR-7, the gray wolf who made history as the first wild wolf in California in more than 80 years, may have a mate and a litter of puppies, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said today.
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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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North State business news in brief.
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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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Foothill High baseball travels to Cottonwood to play West Valley in a suspended game at 3 p.m. Monday. With a win, Foothill clinches a share of a Sac River League championship with Shasta and Red Bluff.
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Software and other tech jobs top list of entry level jobs, while bank teller and some trades jobs bottom out for salaries and outlook for those industries.
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It isn't even 10:30 AM and already this morning I made some mistakes. Mistakes I hope the right people don't catch and hold against me. Then I read Anne Lamott and I got it. I am not going to spend another minute worrying about those mistakes. There's a whole chapter on perfectionism in B
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Girls, cards and drink were the Asphalt Cowboys’ downfall Monday morning, as two mysterious strangers got away with a boot full of loot at Tri Counties Bank.
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Shoppers like to use listing “portals” to find homes for sale, especially on mobile devices. Several of the big ones are Realtor.com, Zillow, and Trulia. Only Realtor.com gets a direct feed from our MLS, so you can be sure the homes around here that show as “listed for sale
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The California Highway Patrol is reporting a big rig rolled over this morning after hitting a pickup at Locust and South Barney roads in the Anderson area.
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The Red Bluff man accused of strangling a 14-year-old girl last year may learn in July when his defense attorney's motion to have his murder trial held outside Tehama County will be set.
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National Weather Service forecasters say Redding will have one more day in the 80s before starting a heat wave of days over 90 degrees. The high for today should be 88 degrees under sunny skies, with winds blowing up to 8 mph. At night, it will drop to about 54 degrees before warming up to 92 degrees Tuesday.
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Thursday, May 15th, the City of Redding presents a free concert and art show at Redding City Hall. The Summer Art Reception runs from 5-7 and features art from the Grand View Fine Arts Society, quilts created by the Quilter's Sew-Ciety of Redding and art by Patricia Cook.
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Four of Shasta College’s athletes qualified Saturday for this weekend’s California Community College Athletic Association’s track and field championships at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
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1914: The Trinity Dredging Company operates a big dredger in Trinity County and the month just passed was a profitable one, the cleanup being exceptionally satisfactory. From present indications the season’s run will be more profitable than in recent years.
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In response to Bob Madgic's May 4 letter.
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Eldon McGarity, Redding
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MARIUPOL, Ukraine — Pro-Russian insurgents in two of the most tense regions in eastern Ukraine were prepared to conduct a vote Sunday on declaring sovereignty, while the country's acting president warned that it represented "a step into the abyss."
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Noah's Vision Inc. connects men with disabilities with work around town.
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The warm and windy gift that Mother Nature gave the North State on Mother's Day is a preview of what weather forecasters said to expect across California this week. Winds were also howling across the West on Sunday.
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FAA drone regulations are stifling creativity.
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Prevailing wage,s in letter writer's opinion, are a rip-off of the taxpayers, who pay for government related projects.
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So many Republicans seem to have lost track of the importance of distinguishing real facts from made-up facts, and seem ultimately to believe that the very idea of democratic governance is a liberal plot that must be opposed with every tool available.
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Post your most CRUCIAL CRUCIAL CRUCIAL-ASS movies, like the movies that explain everything about yourselves in your current incarnations (not necessarily your ten favorite movies but the ten movies that you, as a person existing currently, feel would help people get to know you) (they can change later on obviously).
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Even a mighty Spring downpour couldn’t stop the fun at yesterday’s baby shower for Robby and Abby. Family, food, and fun. It’s Really Redding.
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Homily - 4th Sunday of EasterJohn 10: 1-10 To understand the parable of the sheep and the gate, it is helpful to trace our steps back two thousand years into the time of Christ, to the time of sheep, shepher
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"When you thought I wasn't looking" When you thought I wasn't looking,I saw you hang my first painting on the refrigerator,and I immediately wanted to paint another. When you thought I wasn't
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The vast majority of complaints lodged against Border Patrol agents operating within 100 miles of the Southwest border result in no disciplinary action or are still pending after many years, according to newly released documents from the agency’s office of internal affairs.
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Understanding the depths of the crisis Ukraine faces today takes only a visit to historic St. Volodymyr’s Cathedral.
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The man arrived at the hospital with a fever and a bad cough. Relatives accompanied him through the doors, beneath the red neon sign reading “Emergency.”
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Redding will leave behind any notion of rain this week as the area starts flirting with triple-digit daytime highs. Today should be sunny with a high near 83 degrees, while Monday should be 88 and Tuesday will be 92. Wednesday will give the best chance of breaking the 100-degree mark, though forecasters expect to fall just
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Mike Davis and Jenny Melchor will won't be steaming your ordinary cup of espresso when they open Caffe Pagato in the Caltrans building in downtown Redding.
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Panel thanks their moms for lessons and love.
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Eilyne Davis had clearly thought a lot about what she’d say when she was named Volunteer of the Year for Viva Downtown Redding on Thursday night.
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Unpopularity of wide-brimmed hats accompanies rise in skin cancer rates.
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AB109 was planned as a very large structure on top of a foundation that was never built.
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>It’s quite a view. In the west, the rugged Spring Mountains bask in the morning sun, an ever-changing interplay of light and clouds, peaks and valleys.
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Jonah takes initiative to sell off baseball cards to help fund his sister's trip.
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The exchange is for those who may qualify for subsidy. Those who earn more than 400 percent of the poverty level need to turn to companies directly or use an agent.
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Apps will let you read various vendors' e-books on difference devices.
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Make small changes now to add more to your nest egg.
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Leaky drip system removed -- along with troublesome vinca.
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Cut out shapes from magazines, newspapers and art paper to create paper beads to string on yarn.
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Tyda Ann Bailey and Robert Wayne Mattheis, both of Kingston, Okla., are engaged to be married on June 7, 2014, at Texoma Cabins in Kingston, Okla. The bride-elect is the daughter of Lena Barker, and Jo and Larry Bailey, all of Kingston, Okla. She grew up in Ardmore, Okla., and graduated from Ardmore High School in 1992. She
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Maudie and Bill Gregory, of Redding, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on May 8, 2014, with an anniversary trip. They were married on May 8, 1954, in Reno, Nevada. Bill came to Redding in 1938. Maudie came to Redding in 1946. They spent their working life in construction. They retired in 1978 and went into the regis
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Summer camps also taking sign-ups now.
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Get documentation from person gifting you fish so you don't look like you're over the limit.
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People should check out the Shasta College Symphonic Orchestra.
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When it comes to thinking about the future, a multiplicity of visions is key.
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Kind couple made junior prom even more special.
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Oregon Street Antique Mall has great new owners.
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A fire this morning at a single-story office building on West Street across from the Shasta County Jail was intentionally set, Redding firefighters said.
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In 1914: Native Americans were planning to hold a recall in Redding. The number attending was very large as participants arrived from as far north as Oregon; never before had there been so American Indians in Redding. Chief George Wesley was to be subjected to the procedure of the white man’s recall election. The objectio
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Paying homage in style and theme to the vintage horror movies of the 1970s, "The Quiet Ones" is the latest stylish shocker from Hammer, the recently reactivated classic U.K. studio imprint. Mixing creaky haunted-house and exorcism tropes with a nod to the contemporary found-footage subgenre, the film re
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Authorities say they arrested a 19-year-old man who led them on a chase in a stolen pickup in North Redding this morning.
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Randall Smith - known as Randy - is a retired physician and community activist who for more than a decade now (many of these as the environmental chair for the Rotary Club of Redding) has been working with the California department of Fish and Wildlife and the City of Redding spearheading a native plant restoration [...]
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The CIA has made plans to close its network of secret bases in Afghanistan and pull its personnel back to Kabul this summer, an unexpectedly abrupt withdrawal that the U.S. military fears will deprive it of vital intelligence while thousands of American troops remain in the country, U.S. officials said.
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Hickman Mills school nutritionist Leah Schmidt has always loved solving that puzzle of serving up healthy meals that nose-wrinkling children actually will eat.
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Russell and Shirley Dermond, married 68 years, had no known enemies. They had no questionable financial dealings. And there was no sign of forced entry into their home in Reynolds Plantation, a gated community that overlooks Lake Oconee on the outskirts of Eatonton, southeast of Atlanta. They were wealthy,
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Forecasters expect a 20 percent chance of showers before 11 a.m. today, though the day will otherwise be mostly sunny with a high near 71 degrees. If it does rain, new precipitation should be less than a tenth of an inch. The night will cool to about 49 degrees. Sunday should shoot up to 82.
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Hop on over to our website and download a free tune -- From Your Mama's Heart. Happy Mother's Day to all. Click HERE to go to our download page
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The Gaying of Americaby Austin RuseIn Making Gay Okay, Robert Reilly says the ascendancy of me
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Red Bluff High baseball hosts Shasta at 7 p.m. Friday with a Sac River League championship on the line.
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In 1914: An investigation of the Pit River plan was approved by the federal government. The Pit was the principal tributary of the upper Sacramento River and was especially important for irrigation due to a great reservoir site at Big Valley where it would be possible to build a dam that would hold the total flow of the str
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Authorities confirmed a man died tonight after being hit by a train in the area of Oasis and Scott roads in north Redding.
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Just before 8 p.m. Friday, Dave Krieger thought he saw a house cat behind his chicken coop in the backyard of his home in the 7200 block of Churn Creek Road.
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Red Bluff High baseball has seven innings and its home field on hand to become an outright Sac River League champion.
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Shasta County may have more money than ever this year to dedicate toward bike and pedestrian transit projects following a vote by the Shasta Regional Transportation Board (SRTB) on Wednesday night, but the shift in funding also leaves more densely populated areas with less funding to make road and sidewalks repairs fixes so
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Redding, of course, is one of the sunniest places in the nation. Paradise, for a dermatologist.
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Q. In your opinion would the world be better off if everyone had only one perspective on faith or many? Not to second guess God; in the Holy Qur’an we are told if God wanted us to all believe the same and look the same he would have created us all the same. But he created us all different and having different belief syste
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Woman fosters garden for decades in Cottonwood.
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Honeysuckle, dandelions and chrysanthemums among plants with edible flowers.
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Most raspberries need colder weather, but at least two varieties can flourish here in the North State.
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Seven kindergarten boys and girls in bright red shirts stood in front of their classmates and held up signs with bold letters on them, spelling out the word “EGELLOC.”
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It doesn’t look like much from the outside, just an old dairy barn. But the plain wooden building houses one the newest weapons in the never-ending war against mosquitoes.
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Criminal charges against a Redding pawnshop accused of selling stolen merchandise were dismissed Friday in Shasta County Superior Court by the district attorney’s office.
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The drought is keeping those who prospect for water busy. So much so that North State well drillers and pump businesses are backlogged with work. Some are taking appointments for September.
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More than 250 people have signed an online petition seeking the maximum punishment for an allegedly impaired driver accused of crashing into a motorcyclist who later died.
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Thomas Lawrence's "College Notebook" column dissects college sports in Redding and beyond.
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One reason to suspect a Putin feint is that Russia's major trading partners in Europe — the ones who could do serious damage to Russia's economy and Putin's oligarch buddies — have resisted broader sanctions.
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Paolo Mancasola, a former Central Valley High and Shasta College player, signed with a German team to play professional men's basketball.
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A group of medical marijuana advocates hopes voters will replace Shasta County’s current marijuana grow rules with a new set of regulations they say better balance the needs of patients with the concerns of others in the community.
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Water-saving measures that worked during the last big one are still viable.
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A 56-year-old Shasta County man is facing life in prison after he was convicted today of sexually molesting a child over a two-year period, prosecutors announced.
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OROVILLE -- A Montague man died when he crashed his pickup while trying to pass another car on Highway 70 Thursday night.
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Criminal charges against a Redding pawnshop accused of selling stolen merchandise were dismissed this morning in Shasta County Superior Court.
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Anne Lamott wrote this. I so agree. English (US) · Privacy ·
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A 23-year-old Shasta Lake man pleaded guilty Thursday to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in connection with an ATV crash in Burney last year that killed his 17-year-old cousin.
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This home looks quite nice. It’s now under the control of HUD.
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A 42-year-old Redding man who died Thursday when a Sierra Pacific Industries garbage truck he was driving crashed on Highway 99W in Gerber was identified today by the California Highway Patrol as Troy Hartman.
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The day after I graduated from college, my friend Lisa and I got on a plane headed for Athens. Greece, not Georgia. It was a decision that changed my life forever, and I owe it all to my mom. To tell this story the right way, we should go back a few months, to the [...]
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With no conclusive research, states are all over the map as they try to assess intoxication by measuring blood levels of THC, the main ingredient in marijuana. There’s no easy way to do it, with marijuana stored in fat cells and detectable in blood long after it’s smoked or consumed, for days or weeks,
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The increased concentration of carbon dioxide that comes with climate change could mean some basic food plants will carry lower concentrations of iron and zinc — and deficiencies of those nutrients are already a “substantial global public health problem,” scientists reported this week.
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National Weather Service forecasters say there's a 30 percent chance of rain today in Redding, but starting Sunday the area will see dry days. The high will get to about 75 degrees under sunny skies, with winds blowing up to 8 mph. At night, expect a drop to about 48 degrees as skies become partl
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In 1914: Seattle men planned to develop the famous Mad Ox Mine near Whiskeytown. The mine had already yielded much money but was regarded as still very rich and as one of the richest gold producing properties in Shasta County.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Enterprise High's softball team hosts Foothill for the Sac River League lead.
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Downtown Redding problems? What problems? At Thursday night’s State of Downtown, a celebration of the city’s old core and its people, there was little room for dwelling on the negative.
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Downtown Redding problems? What problems? At Thursday night’s State of Downtown, a celebration of the city’s old core and its people, there was little room for dwelling on the negative.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Young, talented and bursting with enthusiasm -- two singer-songwriters team up and prove that the whole really IS greater than the sum of its parts. Matthew Songmaker and Sami Jo are the newest duo to hit the Redding music scene.
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Former Shasta College softball player D.J. Foster is done with athletics, and heading into the United States Navy.
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Police say a woman thwarted a man who tried to kidnap her on Magnolia Street this afternoon.
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T.J.'s notebook suggests how the Sac River League should handle if there is a three-way tie for the league title.
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Shasta County has nearly a half-million dollars to spend on bike and pedestrian-friendly transit projects in the coming months roughly four times the amount of money dedicated to similar projects in past fiscal years following a split vote by the Shasta Regional Transportation Board (SRTB) on Wednesday night.
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Communities and mining companies fielded and supported their own teams.
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Find a new friend to take home.
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Fishing derby at J.F. Shea facility draws hundreds.
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Store owner will bring out tables and chairs for nearby restaurant patrons to use while they wait for tables.
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See who was at what event in the North State recently.
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Annual event includes a run, dove releases and a call to remember those who died in the line of duty.
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Also tour olive groves, see men in heels and head outdoors to see plants and birds.
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Training provided for those who want to help.
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Actress Loni Anderson will be in Redding Saturday at the Race to Erase MS run/walk for multiple sclerosis, a disease her Redding daughter was diagnosed with five years ago.
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North State business news in brief.
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Store to open next month in former Gottschalks Center on Hilltop.
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The State of the Downtown highlights the positive happening in downtown Redding tonight.
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A man found dead in an Anderson house fire shot and killed himself, though what killed his mother, also found in the home, hasn't been determined, said staff with the Shasta County Coroner's Office.
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A Redding man died when a Sierra Pacific Industries garbage truck he was driving crashed on Highway 99W in Gerber, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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Follow updates of the Foothill-Enterprise game from reporter T.J. Holmes.
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Follow the NFL draft updates.
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A 37-year-old Red Bluff man arrested in April for attacking another man with a hammer has been sentenced to four years in jail.
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Here are some more trend charts we like to view each month. Notable for April is that median home price hovers around $200K. The black line below, in the Listing Prices graph. This is for the entire MLS which includes
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Emergency crews this morning headed to the intersection of Cloverdale and Clear Creek roads after a vehicle was reported about 100 feet down an embankment. But they didn't find anyone inside.
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Homily - 4th Sunday of EasterJohn 10: 1-10 To understand the parable of the sheep and the gate, it is helpful to trace our steps back two thousand years into the time of Christ, to the time of shee
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Redding police are looking for a man they suspect robbed another man at gunpoint early today near Butte Street and Continental Street near downtown.
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My present and future son-in-laws are wearing high heels this weekend. They'll be “Walking A Mile In Her Shoes” Saturday, 9 am, at the Downtown Promenade to help fight domestic violence and raise funds for One Safe Place. This is a noble effort, and I'm proud of them. But since most men don't don sling [...]
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There's a slight chance of rain today in the Redding area, National Weather Service forecasters said. Forecasters say there's a 20 percent chance of rain, mainly before 11 a.m., and it'll otherwise be a mostly cloudy day at 72 degrees. Winds are expected to blow up to 9 mph both during the day and at night, when the chance
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Two significant events happened in 2013 and 2014 for Bob and Chic Miller and Bella Vista Farms Animal Sanctuary, the place where the Millers have cared for thousands of formerly neglected, abused and injured animals over the last 30 years. First, in 2013 the Millers gave into their accountant's nagging and agreed for Bella
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In 1914: Colonel W. F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) was scheduled to appear in the parade and performance of Buffalo Bill’s Prairie Outfit of Indians, ranch girls, cowboys and rangers at the Sells-Floto Circus. The show also featured 24 lions, tigers and leopards, and three elephants. It cost 25 cents to get in.
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Local sprots scores and briefs.
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North State business news in brief.
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A big rig overturned on northbound Interstate 5 on Wednesday morning when it took a turn too quickly, its 40,000 pounds of glass panels shattering as they scattered across both lanes of the freeway, the California Highway Patrol said.
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Sitting Down with Local Author, Al Cunha  BY MARISSA ANDERSON I’ll bet when you’ve bought books from Barnes and Noble you never realized that you might have been talking with an actual author at the cash register
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Artist and teacher Kris Dickey came back to Redding after graduating from Sacramento State for the small town feel and to be near her family. Dickey teaches art at Foothill High School. Her own work, usually pencil and colored pencil, and pen and ink will be featured in this month’s annual 20/30 Show at the Studio Experie
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The Knights of Columbus, Redding Council 3978, presents “A Taste of the North State Spring” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Mercy Hall, 2600 Shasta View Drive in Redding. This wine-tasting event will not only feature local vintages, but also hot/cold appetizers, dessert, a souvenir wine glass, live music
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A fair amount of pop music icons have graced Redding’s stages over the years (shows by Johnny Cash, BB King, Peter Frampton and Stevie Ray Vaughan are just a few that come to mind), and another flag-bearer of rock ‘n’ roll history visits Friday when Stephen Stills plays the Cascade.
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The North State is rich in picnic possibilities — along rivers, by lakes, on ridges and in parks. Combine dining alfresco with a hike, bike ride, fishing, kite flying or Frisbee tossing. Check with Mom to see what she’d prefer. It is her day, after all.
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It’s the real deal from Mexico — the tacos al pastor from the Tango Tacos trailer, found on Main Street in Cottonwood or at events around Redding, Anderson and Red Bluff.
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Timing is everything and Monica Lewinsky's picked a good time to talk to Vanity Fair about her long-ago affair with Bill Clinton.
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It's time to make a difference.
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Dare we think our president may have actually tried to cover up poor policy and inaction that resulted in four Americans deaths just two months before the election?
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Those involved with the Benghazi deaths should be punished.
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Shaving her head in support of a friend going through chemotherapy wasn't enough for 13-year-old Katelyn Peterson.
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June 1 event will focus on re-writing Redding's Wikipedia page.
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California's drought and the effect it will have on travelers this summer did not receive much attention at Wednesday's Shasta Cascade Tourism Summit in Redding. That doesn't mean the dry conditions are not on the minds of those who have a stake in the re
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Multiple road projects could add up to delays of an hour to two this summer.
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City of Redding continues to use less water year over year.
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Even if you're an ardent subscriber to the separation of church and state, prayer is a part of different government activities in the United States.
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A 22-year-old San Jose man was arrested today on suspicion of illegal marijuana cultivation and possession of marijuana for sale after authorities served a search warrant in the Ono area.
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Police and firefighters are at the Smoke Tree Apartments at 1240 Canby Road where a vehicle crashed into the apartment complex.
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A drug arrest today led police to the culprit in the recent theft of $1,000 worth of valuables from a purse, say officers with the Redding Police Department.
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A Weaverville man is in custody after deputies say they found meth, prescription pills, marijuana and a gun at a home where children live.
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Those Cal Fire helicopters and planes zipping around Shasta County aren't battling fires -- they're just practicing.
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Redding voters will decide in November whether 14.7 acres of public land at Turtle Bay Exploration Park will be sold to the McConnell Foundation, a transaction that would allow Turtle Bay to build a four-star hotel free of prevailing wage obligations. The Redding City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday night to put the matter on the
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A Tehama County man arrested in September on suspicion of exposing himself to a 5-year-old boy has been sentenced to more than six years in prison, prosecutors said today.
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Northbound Interstate 5 open after a big rig crash closed the freeway near Sims Road, about 40 miles north of Redding, today.
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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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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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It’s early to be looking at monthly results, only a few days into May. But preliminarily, things went well for sellers in April. Below, the numbers behind the chart. With 205 homes sold, it looks like about 40 more h
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In February, when local medical marijuana advocates were able to turn back a proposed zoning ordinance that would have banned all outdoor medicinal cannabis cultivation in Shasta County, it was a watershed moment. In less than a month, activists collected more than 13,000 signatures—twice the number required—to place a
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Your government owns this 1993 built 3/2 of about 1162 sqft, and wants to sell it. So, they get their agent to put it in the local MLS, because most homes are sold through an MLS. Their agent provides th
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A Supreme Court divided along both ideological and religious lines cleared the way Monday for local officials to open public meetings with explicitly Christian prayers, ruling that the Constitution does not require government-sponsored religious invocations to be “addressed only to a generic God.”
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National Weather Service forecasters say it'll be a sunny and warm day today at about 80 degrees in Redding. Forecasters also predict winds blowing up to 10 mph in the area. Clouds are expected to roll in tonight, when the low will drop to about 50 degrees. By Thursday, there will be a 20 percent chance of showers again.
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House Republicans can’t shake their identity crisis. Their struggle over how and whether to push an immigration bill continues to plague an already divided party.
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California’s latest political darling comes in a clear plastic bottle with a green top and tastes good on eggs.
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The Board on this day received a report from Lori Scott, Treasurer of the County, on Investments for the quarter ending March 31. This dry-seeming report provides an interesting look at the management of revenues by public agencies. The county manages a pooled treasury for county funds, plus those of other entities, includi
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For Three Word Wednesday: It’s Just My HueSo people ask me, they say, “Andy, what did you do it? What’s the point?”I mean, I wish I could tell you I did it for some worthy cause. Maybe pancreatic cancer awareness, or to protest the kidnap and rape
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In 1914: The Newell brothers’ Stanley steamer made its first trip to Weaverville carrying a full load of passengers both ways. The brothers planned to make the round trip to Weaverville and return daily through the summer.
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In a widely anticipated move, the Redding City Council on Tuesday night advanced a referendum that will ask city voters in November to decide on the 14.17-acre land deal at Turtle Bay Exploration Park.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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The Shasta Lake City Council approved on Tuesday night an ordinance sending a tax on marijuana businesses on to voters in November, after about two months of debate and discussion on how to legally execute the tax.
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Foothill High softball entertains Enterprise in a 3 p.m. doubleheader battle for first place in the Sac River League. Both the Cougars and Hornets are unbeaten in league play heading into the twin bill.
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Red Bluff High baseball travels to Shasta, where it can clinch an outright Sac River League title with a sweep, or a share with a doubleheader split. This is a rematch of last year's Northern Section Division I title game, which Shasta won, and the double
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Anderson police officers today say they're searching for two vehicles reported stolen.
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EUREKA -- A man shot a Humboldt County sheriff's deputy who was serving him with an eviction notice Tuesday afternoon, deputies said.
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Disadvantaged kids need to spend their time studying, not trying to get to know kids from some posh school on the other side of the tracks.
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It's a national disgrace how long veterans have waited on their disability claims.
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We're paralyzing each other by our own incessant criticizing . . .
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Man who complained marijuana smell brings on asthma attacks could be allergic to cows.
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Poisoning rodents is dangerous to other animals.
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Bloomberg's anti-gun money should go to veterans.
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Government wiretaps are attempts to intimdate watchdog journalists.
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North State business news in brief.
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Trial date to be set on May 19. Douglas Scott McFarland's bail remains at $11.5 million.
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Since its warehouse and production plant in downtown Redding burned down nearly two years ago, Canteca Foods has been eager to find a permanent new home.
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The Shasta Lake City Council took steps tonight to place a medical marijuana tax on the November ballot.
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Supervisors approve local drought emergency and plans to house more inmates elsewhere.
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Handful of protesters say county needs to look into effects of airplane contrails on the public. County officials say they did, and activists never returned to collect the study.
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ACID reroutes water and installs catch wells to divert water from leaky canal from homes.
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A man crashed his ATV after he tried to put out a fire on his pants that caused 2nd degree burns this afternoon, paramedics said en route to Mercy Medical Center.
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The Shasta County Coroner's Office has identified a bicyclist found dead on Lake Boulevard after a crash late Monday night.
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Follow updates of the Red Bluff-Shasta game from sports reporter T.J. Holmes.
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Foothill High softball entertains Enterprise in a Sac River League doubleheader Tuesday at 3 p.m.
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A 55-year-old Redding man charged with 19 felony counts of child molestation for allegedly raping a young girl during a three-year span starting in 2003 gave up his right today to have a preliminary hearing.
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Dr. James Gregory White now will try to get license suspension reversed.
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Redding police say three more suspects featured on "Shasta's Most Wanted" have been taken into custody.
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A community event by Redding Police officers at South City Park is picking up interest from several local organizations since its announcement about two weeks ago.
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Anderson police this morning recovered a woman's stolen car just minutes after a man drove away with it, officers said.
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The White House says a U.S. team will head to Nigeria as soon as possible to aid in the search for nearly 300 teenage girls abducted from their school more than three weeks ago.
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Here’s a foreclosed home with a guest house in the woods of Oak Run.
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Check here for live updates from today's Shasta County Board of Supervisors and Air Pollution Control Board meeting starting at 8:30 a.m. at 1450 Court St., Suite 263 in downtown Redding.
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Officers say they arrested three people in the last day as part of an ongoing campaign to reduce crime in the Anderson Heights neighborhood.
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Police say they arrested a 20-year-old man Sunday after a reported rape.
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After Senor Rosa's upped sticks and moved into the old Leatherby's Family Creamery at the south end of the Downtown Mall (call it the Promenade all you like, it's still the old Downtown Mall) that funny little cinder block building set back from Eureka Way didn't sit vacant for long. Salvador Hernandez stepped up and [...]
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National Weather Service forecasters expect a warmer day today in Redding with strong winds and mostly sunny skies. The high should reach 78 degrees, with winds gusting up to 21 mph. At night, it should cool to 48 degrees. Wednesday will be slightly warmer at about 80 degrees.
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The Redding City Council tonight decided to put the Turtle Bay land deal on the November ballot.
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May 10th from 8am till 9pm at the Douglas City Firehall 35 miles west of Redding off 299 west. Admission is non perishable food or cash donation. All proceeds go to the Douglas City Soup Kitchen. Booth space for a 10X10 is $15 Contact Marlene Redbud Elliott for space reservation. 530-623-4250. There will
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Recent rains coupled with an unseasonably warm spring have combined to kick off an early start to mosquito season within the Shasta Mosquito and Vector Control District (SMVCD). Since March, District personnel have been monitoring mosquito populations, disease occurrence and treating areas of standing water to prevent mosqu
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Come see the great things happening in Downtown Redding. Come tell us what you want to see in Downtown Redding. All are welcome - Free to the Public! When: Thursday May 8th 5 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Meet & Greet 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. program Where: at the Cascade Theatre -from press release
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Lake Boulevard was closed for more than five hours overnight after a person was found dead in the roadway following report of a wreck, Redding police said.
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1914: John Diestelhorst was awarded the contract for grading and macadamizing the new highway approach from Trinity Street to the Diestelhorst residence, his tender being $2,549.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Final day recap of the Red Bluff Pro-Am.
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The Northern Section released its first edition of the prep baseball playoff points.
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News in brief from around the North State.
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Each time utility companies seek a rate increasethey name a figure that's high, then moan when the PUC knocks it back . Consumers end up paying steadily more, to the point where California electric rates are the highest in the 48 contiguous states.
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Public suspicion of a Big Brother government hovering over our cellphones and laptops has never been as intense. This is no time to add another layer of secrecy.
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It's time for local non-profits to think about restructuring.
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A Redding-based land development company has agreed to buy the former Dicker's Department Store, with plans to give the aging downtown building a significant face-lift.
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Two Anderson teens will present their proposal for mental health care reform at this year's Minds Matter Mental Health Resource Fair in downtown Redding on Thursday.
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Billy Bailey turns down 5-year prison deal, instead will face trial for burning house in hopes of getting share of insurance money.
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"One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire" campaign he devised goes national.
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North State business news in brief.
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Young mother killed in motorcycle crash remembered as a "light wherever she went."
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Growers to face water restrictions in light of drought.
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Years ago there was an administrator at work whom a friend and I referred to as The Hatchet Man. If he showed up suddenly, someone was gonna be out the door. Last week it came to my attention that someone I used to be friends with is now known as The Hatchet Woman. No matter what my legacy at my ol
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Can you read this? Imagine if you couldn’t! 20 percent of elementary students nationwide have significant problems learning how to read regardless of their socio-economic status. Would you like to have skills that could push all of your students/children into high literacy levels?
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On April 26, Redding resident Timothy McBrayer achieved a dream he has had for almost 40 years. After years of hard work, he received his bachelor’s degree from Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies, ASPIRE degree-completion program.
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Thirteen North State residents graduated with honors April 26 from Simpson University’s School of Adult Studies.
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A new Gallup poll has revealed that 1 in 3 adults in the United States have not visited the dentist within the past year.These people are placing themselves to in danger of the following disease: Poor oral care can lead to many potential negative health outcomes. Recent medical research has indicated that when combined with
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A garbage truck driver in Red Bluff was instrumental in putting out a fire that started in the kitchen of a home on Walton Drive this morning, city fire officials said.
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If your disabling condition makes it hard for you to drive or arrange transportation to your local Social Security office, we have some good news.  You can complete and submit your application for Social Security disability benefits from your own home computer. Get started at www.socialsecurity.gov/disability. The
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Procession and celebration of life for Hayley Riggins set for this morning.
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We spent much of yesterday enjoying a street in Redding with only bikes and people in it. Family Bicycling Day brought to you by Shasta Living Streets. The weather was perfect. Here are a few images. Bikes, old and new
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Well, this is a re-run of a post from a few months back. This home didn’t sell when it originally listed in our MLS, so it went to an auction house where it was listed for a very low starting bid. We even took some investors out there to see it based on the very low auction price. Evidently that very low price wan
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National Weather Service forecasters expect a 30 chance of rain and possibly thunder today in the Redding area, with an otherwise partly sunny sky. The high should be about 70 degrees, forecasters said. If it does rain, forecasters said it would be less than a tenth of an inch of new precipitation. At night, expect a 20 per
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No. 8 Shasta College softball hosts No. 9 Fresno City in the opening round of the NorCal regional playoffs.
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1914: Southern Pacific Railroad announced new summer excursion rates to the East. They are Omaha $60, Denver $55, Chicago, Kansas City $60, St. Louis, $67.50, New York, $108.50 and Boston $109.50. Stopovers are allowed for Lake Tahoe and Yellowstone.
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Homeless event raises $70,000
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A pilot who was a staple of the Redding Air Show for more than two decades was killed Sunday while performing at an air show at Travis Air Force Base.
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A pilot who was a staple of the Redding Air Show for more than two decades was killed Sunday while performing at an air show at Travis Air Force Base.
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When a journalist is targeted, what's really under attack is the public's access to information.
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Newly translated book explains the demise of the American middle class.
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Republican leaders need to stand courageously against those who are choking the life out of their party and our country, and steer it back toward responsible governance.
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We owe a moral debt to those who put their lives in danger.
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The cliché says that practice makes perfect. The more practice you have at something, the better you are likely to be.
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On their way to a community event promoting alternatives to driving, Laura McHaney and her 12-year-old daughter got a firsthand reminder of what it was all about.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A platform collapsed during an aerial hair-hanging stunt at a circus performance Sunday, sending eight acrobats plummeting to the ground. Nine performers were seriously injured in the fall, including a dancer below, while an unknown number of others suffered less serious injuries.
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My newest novel will be ready in just a few weeks. I can't wait for you to meet: Kieran,Father Gabriel,WoodyBoyd, Ned and Heidiand so many more....
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No. 8 Shasta College softball hosts No. 9 Fresno City in a noon NorCal regional today in Redding. It's a three-game series overall, and there will be another game, if necessary, directly after the first.
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Re-posting something from last year. You should head over to Parkview today May 4 2014, and enjoy this event! “Come out, play, ride, skate, and dance.
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Red Bluff police say two city residents were arrested early Saturday morning after they were spotted trying to steal an air conditioner from a hotel.
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While in whistleblower cases the federal government openly enriches some for telling on others, confidential source programs are the murkier side of Uncle Sam’s payment for information. Agencies take great pains to hide the identities of informants, and even to conceal the budgets from which they pay their sources.
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Forecasters say there's a 20 percent chance of rain today but it should otherwise be partly sunny with a high near 74 degrees. The night will see the same chance of showers and a low near 49. Showers could hit Monday and Monday night, though the day should be partly sunny with a high near 70. Tuesday will begin to warm agai
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Shasta Living Streets will host its fourth annual Family Bicycling day on Parkview Avenue in Redding.
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In 1914: Kate Lean would take over the entire management of the Hotel Reading, including the dining room, that next Monday. Lean managed the Hotel Idanha in Redding for eight years. She had not yet said wether she would also retain the proprietorship of the Idanha.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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The California Highway Patrol is at the scene of a collision tonight between a vehicle and a big rig on Interstate 5 in central Redding.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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No. 8 Shasta College softball hosts No. 9 Fresno City in the opening round of the NorCal regional playoffs.
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ANDERSON — For some, it was the game of horseshoes with toilet seats; for others, it was the Cowboy Jousting.
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As the deadline approaches to land new air service to Los Angeles, organizers spearheading the effort say the majority of investors who pledged more than $1 million in revenue guarantees will let the money ride.
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Taft followed in big footsteps he was never able to fill.
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Jessica Furry and Cody Leventon, both of Redding, are engaged to be married on Oct. 25, 2014, at Hounds Hawler in Yreka. The bride-elect is the daughter of Donald and Carrie Henson of Cottonwood, and Laura and John Furry of Redding. She graduated from Red Bluff High School in 2007. She attends Shasta College and works as an
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No patients since the AIDS epidemic have been as misunderstood, stereotyped and vilified as medical marijuana patients.
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Our conflicts arise over being so utterly dependent on a commodity we fear and love to hate.
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We have witnessed firsthand how negative people and attitudes are toxic to our community; a community that struggles, yet aspires to grow and prosper.
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Residential water wells drop less than a foot from last year, but 10-year trend shows some dropping nearly 11 feet over decade.
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Mutual of Omaha's "Aha Moment Tour" will kick off in Redding on May 12 at the Sundial Bridge.
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Cogeneration likened to a coal plant.
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Views of pot are decades out of touch.
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We should examine the agendas of Jefferson State proponents.
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Maybe the Redding Library should shop more carefully.
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Why would a man having a heart attack brush off medical help?
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Downtown Redding would be so much better if only it had more entertainment.
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Letting kids ride off on bikes-- without a cell phone, no less -- is growing experience for mom, too.
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Angry letter eventually leads to forgiveness, but was it really worth it?
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Assisted living for most part is less expensive, but here are some ways to spend months at sea.
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Balma's innovations in law enforement spread far from Shasta County's borders.
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Before you chuck cable or satellite, figure out whether streaming will work for you.
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Disability and long-term health insurance can keep income coming in if you can't.
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The 15-year-old boy who survived a 5½-hour flight from California to Hawaii in a jet's wheel well has left the state, an official said late Friday.
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Here’s a report we get from Realtor.com, where we offer our sellers Showcase listing online. We had 6 homes for sale in April, and they showed up in over 11,000 search results. That resulted in buyers clic
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No. 8 Shasta College softball opens the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) NorCal playoffs by hosting No. 9 Fresno City at 2 p.m. Saturday.
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Firefighters are at a warehouse fire that's burning hay bales this afternoon in the Cottonwood area.
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There would be enough money to pay for a highway patrol to serve the proposed State of Jefferson.
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Redding police say a house suffered little damage after a man drove his Jeep into his neighbor's garage.
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Home of the original hamburger
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Here’s a rare REO in one of Redding’s more sought after 55+ gated communities. We are provided wit
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Signs-ups for insurance through President Barack Obama’s health law varied widely across the country in the first year for the online marketplaces, according to a government report released Thursday that shows consumers flocked to coverage in some states but not in others.
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State unemployment insurance trust funds — the engines that finance jobless benefits for millions of Americans — were battered by the Great Recession and went deep into debt to meet the demand from the unemployed. Years after the worst of the crisis, many states are still saddled with huge debt, accordi
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,p>When NASA launched a space-weather probe called ISEE-3 in 1978, Jimmy Carter was president, the Commodores' "Three Times a Lady" topped the charts and sci-fi fans had seen only one "Star Wars" movie: the original. Thirty-six years and five "Star Wars" movies later, the NASA craft, unused by the agency since 1997
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Expect a high near 80 today with a light and variable wind that will become south in the afternoon. The night's low will dip to 50 degrees and a south wind will persist. There's a 20 percent chance of rain Sunday with a high near 73. That chance of rain will linger through Monday night.
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Foothill High baseball hosts Red Bluff in a battle for first place in the Sac River League. First pitch is 7 p.m. in Palo Cedro.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Redding police are looking for a man suspected of a robbery at Macy's this afternoon.
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A roundup of North State news in brief.
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Follow updates from sports reporter T.J. Holmes on the Red Bluff-Foothill baseball game.
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Previewing Shasta College softball's home NorCal playoff series with Fresno City. It's a rematch between last year's Super Regional semifinal in Redding.
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The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) on Friday approved an expansion of state basketball and volleyball playoffs.
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Marc vows that 2014 will be the year he rediscovers the wonders of Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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Shasta County gardener has fostered 200 bonsai plants over the years.
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Truckers, please be assured that many of us motorists comprehend the concept of your need to down shift your rig when ascending a grade on the freeway.
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North State voters deserve a congressman who doesn't duck public debate.
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Keep cats and dogs away from lillies, daffodils and other common plants.
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Make sure they're clean, free of pesticides. Want to candy them? Find out how.
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Pre-school teacher among those arrested.
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Anderson superintendent says Derek Longwell can't be in Anderson New Tech ceremony because he got his diploma through alternative school when he was bedridden.
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Thomas Lawrence's weekly "College Notebook" column breaks down college sports in Redding and beyond.
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50-Word Dash
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Kids of all ages gather in school jump for macaroni pack-a-thon.
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Bible College teacher enjoys the journey of feat but admits the destination is worth it.
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North State business news in brief.
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It will stop watering non-burial areas and reduce watering by 50 percent.
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Social scientists wants city to donate park so he can build a child's cancer treatment complex.
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In 1914: The Excelsior School in the Bald Hills closed on April 24. The pupils who passed the examinations were Fern Drew, Money Hickman, John Drew, Frank Drew, Charlotte Coumbs, Gladys Coumbs, Eva Walker, Ray Walker and Mable Walker. Martha Hufford was teacher.
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The Rev. Ann Corrin leading effort to create secular facility to assist those who need to get out of the elements during the day.
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One of Shasta's Most Wanted has been caught despite using spray paint to disguise his vehicle, say deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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A California jury has ruled that Samsung infringed on Apple smartphone patents.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Keenly following the scent of "African Cats" and "Chimpanzees," Disneynature's "Bears" combines sweeping vistas and remarkably intimate wildlife photography to typically stirring effect as it documents a year in the life of a mother Alaskan brown bear and her two cubs.
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On Friday, May 2, 2014, at approximately 12:12 AM, Redding Police officers responded to the Sundial Bridge regarding a reported stabbing incident. When officers arrived, they spoke with the victim, Dennis Womack, 20 years, of Corning, CA. Womack was suffering from a stab wound to his right bicep. Womack told officers h
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We met many dancers over the years Erin and Aaron participated in Dancing with the Stars Shasta County Style, a popular and competitive local charity event. One of the gifted and most patient teachers we met is Joe Friedman. An accomplished dancer himself, h
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Here’s a 1980 built 2170 sqft 3/2 in the very desirable neighborhood of Lake Redding. We recall it a year ago listed twice as a “pre-approved short sale” at some unrealistic price. Evidently the seller, one Bank of New York Mellon according to records, has some idea what it’s actually
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Redding police dog Carr can add one more to the list of suspected criminals he's helped capture: a 33-year-old Redding-area transient who officers say stabbed a Corning man early today at the Sundial Bridge.
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In my last blog I shared what I have found to be universally true about the human condition.  We are not always responsible for what happens to us but we are always responsible for how we react. One of my favorite books that first taught me this was originally published nearly 70 years ago by [...]
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They had each lost slabs of muscle to bomb blasts or other physical traumas, then struggled to regain even partial function of their mangled legs. Some even considered amputation.
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Contraception, cohabitation, divorce, remarriage and same-sex unions: They’re issues that pain and puzzle Roman Catholics who want to be true to both their church and themselves. Now those issues are about to be put up for debate by their leader, a man who appears determined to push boundaries and effect
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Expect one more day with a high near 90 and a slight cool down over the weekend with chances of rain starting Sunday. Friday's high should be about 89 with a light wind that will become south in the afternoon. The night should be about 51. Saturday will be about 81 and forecasters say
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In 1914: Complete surveys would be made at once on a survey for the distributing system of the Pit River irrigation project. Shasta County paid for the survey and the government would be asked to help build the dam.
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Redding police are investigating reports of a robbery at the Safeway at Pine Street and Cypress Avenue tonight.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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Trio sent to prison in home-invasion robbery
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ANDERSON — Candidates trying to rally voters in a bid for a seat on the Shasta County Board of Supervisors this June weighed in on a broad range of questions at a forum Thursday night, offering opinions on topics from the raising of Shasta Dam to what it might take to jump-start the local economy.
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Enterprise High hosts the final Sac River League boys golf meet at Riverview Golf Course in Redding.
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T.J.'s weekly prep notebook looks at league championship races for spring.
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A fire engulfed and destroyed a semi that crashed into the center divide of Interstate 5 late Wednesday night near the Pine Grove off-ramp in north Redding.
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For the third year in a row, the Central Valley had the most polluted air in the nation, and that wasn't even counting the later months of last year, when air quality plummeted amid winter heat waves and drought.
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She's worried now that using the library could ruin her credit.
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The possibility of a bloody and prolonged Ukrainian resistance to infiltration or invasion would surely alter Putin's calculus more than Obama's toothless sanctions.
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Find a new, fuzzy friend.
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Rebecca Wilson and Bryon Lee are linked to three killings.
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North State business news in brief.
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National Recreation Area needs kayak tour assistants, and Girl Scouts could use some troop leaders.
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See who was at what recent event in the North State.
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Redding-Red Bluff ranks No. 7 in the U.S. for healthy air.
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Learn about birds, hike a trail and chow down on pancakes.
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The first fire department had three hose carts pulled by hand.
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Roads to close to cars and open to bikes, pedestrians and even a living room parked in the middle of a street.
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California's drought is already affecting food prices. And they could go up higher as the Golden State's summer growing season heats up.
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Celebration of life event open to the public is scheduled for Monday morning at Anderson River Park.
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State and federal officials are investigating the alleged theft and misappropriation of funds by suspended members of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in Corning.
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Police, social services workers to identify homeless who may benefit from a free ticket to friends or family elsehwere.
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Three Anderson men vying for a supervisor seat to represent southeastern Shasta County for the next four years will field questions and outline their qualifications during a two-hour candidate forum tonight.
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Previewing the two-day Red Bluff Pro-Am golf tournament, which begins Sunday.
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A Redding couple and a Hayfork man were sentenced to prison today after they pleaded no contest in March to first-degree residential robbery and other charges in connection with an April 27, 2013 home-invasion robbery in Redding.
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A Redding mother has died after fighting for her life following a traffic accident with an alleged drugged driver last week.
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(Tehama County, CA) Explore scenic Tehama County and discover the food, the farms and the people that make this agricultural community so unique at the 4th Annual Passport Weekend, June 7 – 8, from 10 am to 5 pm. “We open our farms to the public, giving the community a chance to see where their [...]
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You know that last post I made about outrage? (The post before the red panda birthday post for yummydeb .) If I had posted that on Facebook, there would have been an outbreak of virtual violence, name-cal
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Microsoft is releasing a security update for Internet Explorer that closes a gap that allowed attackers to take complete control of a computer. It also issued the update to Windows XP users, despite dropping support for the older operating system last month.
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State and federal officials are investigating the alleged theft and misappropriation of more than $1 million of tribal funds by suspended members of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians in Corning, the tribe announced Wednesday.
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California Homes and Jobs Act of 2013. The state legislature has been considering a tax that would be imposed on homeowners who need to record certain documents with their counties This $75 per document tax will be imposed on a variety of documents, which will include, for example, documents related to refinan
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“Never open the refrigerator.” That’s the law. Looks like somebody was a rebel. The images are brutally frank, and kudos for that. Shouldn’t you need some sort of licence or certification to even buy interior paint in that shade of green? That should be required. Wou
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I'd rather eat a sesame-seed bagel than Ben and Jerrys. Or a steak. I'm a starch-a-holic. For nearly a decade, when I was running marathons, I ate nothing but bread—French bread, buttermilk bread, oatmeal, multi-grain, sprouted. You name it, and I ate it. The best, of course, was fresh out of our home brew bread [...]
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As temperatures plunged to 16 below zero in Chicago in early January and set record lows across the eastern U.S., electrical system managers implored the public to turn off stoves, dryers and even lights or risk blackouts.
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The White House on Tuesday announced detailed guidance for colleges on how to deal with sexual assaults, winning praise from advocates of victims and some higher education officials, but renewing concerns from others about protections for the rights of the accused.
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National homicide rates have dropped over the years, but so has the arrest rate for such crimes.
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Expect a high near 93 today, though a light south wind will start to cool the area down. Friday should be 90 and sunny, also with a south wind. Saturday will drop to 81. Overnight lows will be in the mid-50s but then drop to the high 40s. Forecasters are calling for a slight chance of
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Bella Vista Farms Animal Sanctuary - May 3rd, 2014 from Alan Ernesto Phillips on Vimeo.
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In 1914: A thorough discussion of the many bad angles of Shasta County roads arose at City Hall Tuesday, resulting in the naming of a committee to institute a movement for better transportation facilities through the county, especially through Fall River to Alturas.
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A tractor-trailer is burning in the center divide of Interstate 5 near the Pine Grove off-ramp, but authorities say the truck driver is out of the vehicle.
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A fire engulfed and destroyed a semi and its cargo that crashed into the center divide of Interstate 5 late Wednesday night near the Pine Grove off-ramp in north Redding.
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Figures show burglaries went down in Redding by 30 percent last year, but Police Chief Robert Paoletti is not ready to say neighborhoods are safer.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A troupe of dancers are spending this week getting familiar with the Sundial Bridge.
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Firefighters battled a blaze near Shasta Lake this evening that burned vehicles and buildings that may have been ignited by an explosion.
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Firefighters battled a blaze near Shasta Lake this evening that burned vehicles and buildings that may have been ignited by an explosion.
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A roundup of North State news in brief
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Shasta College swimming won its first-ever Bay Valley Conference championship over the weekend. This feature focuses on the Knights and how they've made program history.
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Redding woman narrowly avoids $5,000 scam
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Donald Sterling's deal with his mistress appears to involve a transaction as old as time. We've seen it before, yet we rarely see inside it, in such unvarnished, ugly form.
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The list of major companies that have left California recently, or are planning on leaving soon and taking their jobs with them, is getting uncomfortably long.
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Artist Gitta Brewster’s work takes inspiration from all natural forms. Her pieces give viewers a new perspective on fruit, vegetables, food and figures. Brewster’s focus the last year has been reworking some of her favorite pieces. These new and improved pieces are on display in Redding.
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It was a delightful Easter Sunday brunch — a perfect spring day on the patio at Anselmo Vineyards, with family and friends and a large table spread with chef Jon Stadille’s colorful cooking. Eggs benedict with filet mignon, scrumptious French toast with brulee banana, a beef brisket hash decorated with edible flowers, a
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Gavin Spencer had any number of very legitimate reasons for picking “South Pacific” for Shasta High School’s 44th annual spring musical. For starters, its score is packed with wildly popular standards and it’s a beloved Broadway classic.
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Thanks to the worldwide web, the North Valley Art League has successfully transformed its juried photography show into an international competition and the “net” effect is a positive one for artists in the north state and other countries.
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Kevin Askeland's North State Notes column.
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Medican marijuana proponents want to overturn 12-plant limit county imposes.
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A roundup of North State business news.
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Joshua McCormick says he wants to put case behind him and the victims' families.
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Bear rescued from park is growing nicely.
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Here's a quick tip on checking for water leaks.
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Neighborhood says annual leaks leave them unable to use toilets, showers, kills gardens.
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Here’s a government owned home in east Redding.
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We think it turned out quite nice. See for yourself. Selling, or thinking of selling? Shouldn’t your home have a tour video like this? We do that. Produced by The Address Realty. Thanks for watching!
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The Redding Rodeo has long been on the map, thanks to a generous prize fund that draws the top cowboys and supportive fans that flock to the posse grounds after having been fired up from Rodeo Week events. Now that the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) has again picked Redding as the lone California rodeo [...]
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Trying to help a friend sell this tractor. Looks almost new. 2012 John Deere 3032E Compact Tractor with 305 Loader. 55 hours total. Asking $15,000.
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As a gesture of honor to Carl and Leah McConnell, Santiago Calatrava, the internationally renowned architect and designer of the Sundial Bridge presented a sculpture to The McConnell Foundation upon completion of the bridge. This sculpture has been on display, under the north end of the Sundial Bridge, next to the Sacrament
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Last night on Facebook - you know, that other place - a friend posted a meme about the prison population in this country. He didn't get a lot of responses - at first only one, from the OP he ganked it from. Then he said it seems like outrage has gone out of fashion. I responded that  you can go into outrage over
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Saturday May 10 Street Legal and Grudge Racing! SPECIAL EVENING RACE Racing starts at 6:00 pm   Saturday May 17 Street Legal and Grudge Racing! SPECIAL EVENING RACE Racing starts at 6:00 pm   Saturday May 31 SUMMIT SUPER SERIES! Plus! Jefferson State Diesel Event T
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op On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at approximately 12:10 AM, Redding Police officers responded to the 600 block of Loma Street regarding a physical disturbance where someone had possibly been stabbed. The investigation revealed a female transient, Britnee Kemp, 27 years, had responded to the listed location and
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Today we talk with George A. DeFillipo of Redding. He's a retired school administrator and a current martial arts instructor. He's written a book, 'Protect Yourself From Violence: Tactics, Tools and Preparations. He grew up in some rough and dangerous places where violence was the norm, such as the Bedford Stuyvesant area o
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Why is there one lonely Pioneer Baby’s grave west of Old Shasta? Free Community viewing of the documentary produced by KIXE. When: Saturday, May 3rd Where: First United Methodist Church - 1825 East St. Time: 7:00 pm (film length 30 mins) Cost: FREE Light refreshments to follow. For more information go to TBIredding.org/co
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Four local musical acts will perform original music at Redding's Summer Art Reception on May 15th, 2014, from 5-7 PM, at Redding City Hall. Still Married's  country folk tunes celebrate the landscape, the characters and the independent spirit of Far Northern California, with songs like "Under t
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Dealing mental health challenges, big and small, can be tough. But there is help. At the "Minds Matter" Mental Health Fair, local residents can connect with community resources that can provide the help they need, whether it's finding a compassionate ear, learning about a particular illness or learning more about healthy li
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Dr. Steven L. Goedert Developmental Optometry is providing a free informational meeting and lunch with the doctor. Limited seating, please call (530) 722-0200 to RSVP. When: May 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Where: 1465 Victor Ave. Ste. D, Redding More information can be found here. -from press release
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These are all memento mori. She's dead. The woman on the left is dead. This girl is dead. You can see the base of the stand behind her feet. The soldier is dead. His eyes are painted on. I know this is just creepy as hell to modern-day Americans,
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What does it mean to compete with brokerages that pick and choose which laws they want to obey? The FAA is very clear that commercial use of drone photography is not permitted. Our own REALTOR organization, the NAR says it again today: “The FAA is slated to issue rules o
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A lot of abled bodied people don’t always understand how hard it is to be disabled. At times, it makes me feel angry. Other times, I feel sad. I have had people pull over in their cars and yell horrible things at me as I ride by them in my wheelchair. They yell things like, [...]
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Chill out for a Sunday evening. Vojtech Matlák is a video artist in Reca Slovakia. Recently he created this mashup of video imagery set to Redding musician Craig Padilla’s Spirit Signs. 8 minutes of introspective meditation awaits: Craig’s instrumental music has always been very visual for me, an
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Four photos. What do these have in common? If you know - don't tell.
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The Wall Street Journal thinks so. Not sure I agree. But they seem to think we are number 75 out of 381 urban centers. This is an interesting follow-up to yesterday’s post about high rents in Shasta County. Even if true, it seems like Reddin
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This from the Washington Post. What you’d need to make in every county in America to afford a decent one-bedroom. Rents are high here. High rent might be understa
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PHOTO: Rosa 'A Shropshire Lad' April has me left considering the total inadequacy of the word Sweet. I have happily filled my house this past month with old roses, hybrid tea roses, musk roses and climbing roses, with Salvia fructicosa, Salvia ‘May Night’, Salvia officinalis, and Salvia spathacea, with sweet peas, and n
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The 11th annual Intercultural night was characterized by energetic dancing, delicious food, exuberant students, and perhaps most of all, strangers smiling at strangers.  It was an event where truly no matter who you are, as defined by age, gender, sexual orientation, and most importantly, cultural iden
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by Ryan Loughrey   On April 22nd, 2014, students gathered at the Shasta College Quad, and indeed, on campuses around the world, to celebrate the 44th annual Earth Day and to reaffirm their pledge to honor and respect the world we live on.   Th
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By Jenny Brewer   Graduation is a feat. A hard earned moment when it finally all seems worthwhile. Suddenly the stress of the first milestone has passed and the moment of celebration is present!   On the evening of May 23, at 7pm The Shasta College Memorial Stadium
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And so worth it! Elegance and luxury combine at this desirable Pacific Heights cul-de-sac. Backing to a greenbelt, the very private backyard feels like stepping into another world. Constructed by Ochoa&Shehan, this home is built for energy efficiency on a premium .41 acre lot with high-end features throughout. A b
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Me; Okay. Stay there. That's perfect. Don't move. Don't  - DON'T MOVE! Stay - no - NO! Coquette:
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I can't even count on all my fingers and toes how many times the following has happened: I'm out somewhere. I could be pretty much anywhere, doing pretty much anything when it happens. Checking out size 8 1/2 shoes at Ross Dress For Less, driving to the airport to catch a flight to (or from) [...]
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UPDATE from KRCR: Hayley Riggins' condition worsens, declared brain dead. Click here for KRCR story. On April 24, 2014, at 12:57 pm, the Redding Police Department responded to the intersection of Buenaventura Boulevard and Placer Street for a collision involving a vehicle and motorcycle.   Officers arrived an
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For the past few months I have had four rifles balanced across some dining table chairs. They belonged to my father (who died in 1978). I had literally not thought about them at all in over 30 years - I assumed they just disappeared into the mists of time and completely forgot about them. As it turned out, they had been in
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The Redding Peace Officers' Association (RPOA) would like to invite you to the First Annual South City Park Revitalization. The purpose of this event is to re-introduce citizens and families to South City Park. The RPOA strongly encourages families to use our city’s beautiful facilities, which promotes a better quality of
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A story I wrote back in 1998 about a bear study we were lucky enough to go out on: TAKING THE BAITRedding Record Searchlight (CA) - Tuesday, July 14, 1998Author: Thom Gabrukiewicz, Record SearchlightDFG traps, tracks 'eating machines' The study seeks information on how successfu
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A unique and classic Redding experience is available to you this weekend. Craft beer and drag racing for Nights of Fire! The
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A home on a hill with a 180 degree view of Ono to the south is coming. Here are a few images. There is a direct view of Mt Lassen from the home. Click on any to enlarge: Neighboring properties a
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We noticed something of a sea-change lately at Lake California. More below…
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I lugged two boxes to my classroom, my arms aching. Once there, I spread out scores of books on the table in the front of the room. “Take one or two,” I said. “There's some good stuff here.”   My students exchanged puzzled glances, and then a couple darted forward. A few others cautiously joined [...]
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On Wednesday at 12:21 p.m. a Safeway employee at 2275 Pine Street, observed two male adults arguing in front of the store. One of the men produced a handgun and pointed it at the other male, and it looked as if he was about to shoot him. The two separated, and the man with a gun rode away [...]
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In a light meeting on this day, the Board of Supervisors received the annual report of the Shasta Public Libraries, delivered by Kimberly Niemer, Director of Community Services for the City of Redding. The Library Report included information from the main Shasta County Library as well branches in Anderson and Burney. Notabl
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I captured this image while shooting an upcoming home listing in Ono. “We’re gonna need a faster shutter speed.” Click to enlarge, but not to speed up.
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You may have seen this Mountain Lion image from a friend’s home on Pallisades in Redding. Some have commented that it was photoshopped, but we know it was not. The point being that you need to be careful with your pets and above all – if you have ever seen a big cat react to seeing a child I don’t have to te
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The Stillwater Water Business Park has been in the news looking for it's first tenant. How about contacting Huy Fong Foods, the manufacturer of  Sriracha "Rooster" Hot Sauce, to see if they'd like to relocate? Sriracha "Rooster" Hot Sauce, which I am a big fan of, has been in the news because the city of
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Recently I connected with two people I used to work with back in the days of utter and complete hell. One got out; one is still a captive. It caused me to go back and re-read my entries from when I was at the point of losing my shit when I was still working for the county. No matter how sucky it mi
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The girls and I were watching "Aladdin" yesterday and when the movie finished and I went to turn it off, Elsa -- who, I will remind you, is now almost 8 -- let loose with this unholy wail, screaming about how it was not time to turn off the television. The clear reaction to this -- the only reaction if w
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Here’s a government produced infographic about Landscaping to reduce energy and water consumption that’s worth your attention. Click on the image to go the full graphic.
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Heres a bank owned home in Anderson, on a lot that’s over over a third acre.
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“God wired us a little bit differently than everybody else.” —Invocation by race chaplain Fred Sumrall at the Shasta Dam Grand Prix, Sunday, April 13 Seconds after being informed that there were perhaps more than a few loose screws among them, more than a 100 motorcyclists roared off the line at the 30th annual Shasta
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On Easter Sunday it was 85F/29C. Tonight it's raining and snow is expected in the mountains. Spring. We had friends over on Easter. Since we are on a low-cholesterol diet, I skipped making ham or leg of lamb; instead I made turkey-tomatillo & black bean enchiladas, crispy baked eggplant slices, mixed greens
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The Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians, the governing body of Rolling Hills Casino, is in the midst of changes in tribal leadership and membership. This includes the disenrollment of some members and replacement of most council members, although the tribal chairman, Andy Freeman, remains in his position. Some of the council m
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Girls Incorporated of the Northern Sacramento Valley invites the public to May Day for the Girls, an afternoon tea to honor strong, smart and bold leaders of the north state and to thank Girls Inc. NSV’s supporters. Come and enjoy delicious food and refreshments, a silent auction, and a lovely afternoon. All proceeds supp
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Thirteen Shasta County schools will join schools from around the nation to celebrate Bike to School Day on Wednesday, May 7.  Participating schools include Anderson Heights, Anderson Middle, Cypress Elementary, Junction, Lassen View, Happy Valley Primary and Elementary, Oak Run, Academy of Personalized Learning, R
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Email from a much relieved Stan Wangberg: Friday's announcement of the increase to SRSC allocations from 40% to 75% is huge for ACID; we were faced with being able to provide water for about half the season, but will now...
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We just finished the video tour of our new listing on Sagebrush Trail. Have a look. We posted more images of this 5 acre. 3000+ sqft Redding by-way-of Bella Vista beauty a few days ago. Let us know if you’d like to schedule a private showing, or ask
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All this for just a dollar under $263,000.
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We need to do a little soul searching in the good old USA. We need to come to some understanding about why we care so little about women and children. Why do we put up with a situation where there are nearly 500,000 rape kits in this country that have never been tested, some going [...]
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Tired of Redding being the butt of jokes on The Onion and elsewhere? Sick of the rehashing of the Gallup-Healthways survey that put Redding near the bottom of the list with regard to "well-being?"
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A sidebar to Jenny Espino's reporting in today's paper about the looming political campaign over the Turtle Bay hotel project and land sale. A blog item from May 12, 2013: A contact forwarded this e-mail, sent out by Turtle Bay...
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Fascinating segment on Radiolab, here. The description: "You order some stuff on the Internet and it shows up three hours later. How could all the things that need to happen to make that happen happen so fast?" If you'd rather...
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Hopefully, the oaks aren’t continually falling on Falling Oaks Road. But eventually, they all fall.
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Ten important horses got their semi-annual physicals yesterday in Red Bluff. The Budweiser Clydesdales, who are in town for the Red Bluff Round-Up, were looked over by their “doctor”, Dr. Steve Adair, DVM, who flew in specifically from the University of Tennessee to give them a check-up. Twice a year, Dr. Adair checks o
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Shasta Living Streets sometimes gets described as a bicycling group. While we advocate cycling, it’s just a portion of our platform. Our full platform can be found in our name—living streets. Streets that are lively and accessible to everyone in our community: bicyclists, pedestrians, young, old, abled, differently able
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Good news for sure. If you're a dairy allergy sufferer you're a little stuck when it comes to the type of dairy cow we have here in the US. Years ago we moved from a2 beta-casein cows to a1 beta-casein...
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Three teens were arrested today after authorities said they broke in and vandalized the Buckeye Grange on Lake Boulevard.
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In my last blog I explored the two rooms of the mind, the courtroom and the science room or laboratory. In the first room we find a judge, critic or evaluator who uses the blunt tools of goodness, badness, rightness, wrongness, guilt and innocence. In the courtroom mind we stand apart from the object of [...]
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Friday should rise to about 83 degrees under sunny skies. A north wind will blow at about 7 to 11 mph. The night will dip to about 48 degrees and the winds will die down. Saturday will also be sunny and about 79 degrees, while Sunday should be about 84. A chance of showers moves into R
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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North State in Brief: April 18, 2014
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Fire damages truck, cars on Hwy. 44
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Firefighters went to a home on Shasta Street in Burney to fight a structure fire reported about 8 p.m. this evening.
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ORLAND — Another positive identification has been made in last week’s deadly crash that claimed the lives of 10 people.
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Many early residents came in search of gold.
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Volunteers needed to assist with installing solar systems in homes.
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Find pets available for adoption.
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See who was at what recent North State event.
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Large training session teaches everything from how to jump safely out of a plane to making important decisions under pressure.
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Road through Lassen Volcanic National Park should be open by Memorial Day weekend.
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Take a hike, watch dogs splash and take in a rodeo this weekend.
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Disclosure of big-money donors sounds like a good idea -- and it would be if the Left weren't trying to use the information to create an enemy's list.
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Ray Bealer's attorney wants to poll residents to determine what Red Bluff residents think about case in which 14-year-old was murdered.
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Residents face severe restrictions and question why McConnell Foundation instead sold water to Redding to send out of county.
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Head on over to the Cottonwood Community Center on Friday, April 18th, for dinner by Tango Tacos, raffles, a dessert auction and a silent auction. The fun starts at 7:00 p.m. and the proceeds help with medical expenses for the...
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he's going around my office right now....
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Two-way traffic has resumed on Highway 44 about 20 miles east of Redding after a semi-truck with a trailer carrying cars caught fire.
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Two women were injured this morning in a rollover crash on Highway 273 at Alexander Avenue in Anderson, police said.
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Enjoy the Gold Hills Golf Course and neighborhood lifestyle from this fabulous home. Understated elegance defines this luxury home. Click any image to enlarge.
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Officials in Portland reportedly drained a local reservoir of 38 million gallons of water after a 19-year-old man was caught urinating in it. Details here. Excerpt: Portland Water Board Administrator David Shaff said: "It's easy to replace those 38 million...
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Concerning the water sale to a Glenn County Water District, I was wondering why something called a "transfer reduction factor" would precipitate a water transfer scheme that would include the City of Redding, bringing it a tidy net sum of...
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Fix and flip? Maybe. Here’s an REO on Main Street in lovely Shasta Lake City.
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Once a year, in April, my house tries to kill me. That's when I go to the rooftop to prance around, attempting to revive my aging swamp cooler. Sure, I'm up there in the fall, too. But it's no problem to cork it up, and shut it down. Simple. But my spring rendezvous to reawaken [...]
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A Glenn County water district that typically pays $20 for an acre-foot of water has gladly agreed to shell out $294 per acre-foot in a deal that will net the city of Redding about $120,000 while illustrating how California’s water wars are starting to heat up. The three-way deal between the city, the McConnell Foundation
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California’s $840 million medical prison — the largest in the nation — was built to provide care to more than 1,800 inmates.
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Adam Crain assumed that tapping into the computer networks used by power companies to keep electricity zipping through transmission lines would be nearly impossible in these days of heightened vigilance over cybersecurity.
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Investigators using vehicles that match the freight truck, charter bus and sedan from last week's crash in Orland have been conducting tests at the site this afternoon.
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Expect another warm day Thursday though the night could bring some rain. Forecasters say the day's high should be about 80, while the overnight low will be about 53. The chance of rain at night is 20 percent. Friday will also be sunny and about 80 degrees. The weekend will also hover at about 80
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News in brief from around the North State.
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In 1914: John Toler, the young forest ranger from Fall River Mills stricken with paralysis some weeks ago while riding in a stage and fell from his seat onto the singletree of the wagon, suffered two strokes that left him blind.
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I haven't posted in what seems like months. I have been skimming but not really reading. *Hangs head in shame* In order for me to do LJ justice, I need to (a) be focused (b) have plenty of time (c) be in a mood to read carefully and comment thoughtfully. This is like the trifecta of life: you can have a hot job
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Under a plan approved Wednesday by the Clear Creek Community Services District, home and business customers could see their water rates rise steeply this year under severe cutbacks.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A man listed on Shasta County's Most Wanted was nabbed in Round Mountain today, say deputies with the Shasta County Sheriff's Office.
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Two more victims have been identified from last week’s deadly bus crash on Interstate 5 near Orland.
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The shooting death was a marijuana theft gone bad, deputy district attorney says.
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When former CIA director dismissed Sen. Dianne Feinstein's torture convictions, he added a sexist twist. The senator is "emotional", he said.
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Musician Jill Cohn’s songs pay homage to artists like Joni Mitchell, Sarah McLachlan and the Counting Crows, with tunes ranging from personal reflections to musical contemplations of a life well lived. Cohn’s recent performances include the Biodiversity Forest Rally where she opened for Dave Mathews. Experience Cohn’s
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Homes will sell for $150,000 to residents making 80 percent of the median income.
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Considering he includes video game music among his inspirations, it’s not too surprising that Maxwell Hughes travels a little far afield when asked to describe his own musical style.
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Tori Parks was close to finish line when explosions went off last year. She hopes to finish race on Monday.
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Plug in “Castle Lounge Redding” into a search engine and one of the first results you’ll see is a video of longtime bartender Steve McGrath flipping bottles and glasses around in a tremendously impressive fashion.
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In a just a few weeks, the Sandwichery in downtown Redding will celebrate 30 years in business and owners Pat and Sandy Watson have no plans to retire — that’s great news for their legions of regular customers, who come for hearty sandwiches and homemade soups and also enjoy the good-natured ribbing and banter the Watso
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A much-debated decision on whether to list the gray wolf as an endangered species in California will take a few more months, a state commission decided Wednesday in Ventura.
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OR-7 continues to wander between Oregon and California on occasion.
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Rep. Doug LaMalfa has been awarded by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for supporting the organization's pro-business stance on most issues - drawing mixed reviews from local economic officials, some of whom say he could do more to truly nurture the economy.
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Tim Nichols to pay $5,500 for gifts of green fees, meals and a watch.
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The Clear Creek Community Services District is meeting this evening to address deep cuts to its water allocations.
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Last month at the Cascade Theatre more than 800 people caught the premiere of the documentary about Redding's Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Pilgrim Congregational Church. If you missed it or want to see it again with a friend it'll screen on...
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Central Valley High opens the 13th annual Shasta Lake Bass Easter Baseball Classic with an 11 a.m. game against American Christian Academy.
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A man is at a local hospital after having been struck by a pickup while attempting to cross East Cypress Avenue at Bechelli Lane during high traffic.
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Spring seniors are pouring in as graduation looms! This senior brought his adorable dog in for some fun shots. Have you booked your Senior Portrait Session with us yet? There's still time! 530.223.5456
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The photos of more than 30 Redding families are now featured on a new wall of honor in Turtle Bay Museum, with the launch of the Funding Families of Turtle Bay giving program this week. The program honors families that have chosen to support Turtle Bay with annual giving totaling at least $1,000. The goal [...]
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The Red Bluff Round-Up is on the minds and the GPS units of cowboys and cowgirls across the nation this week. It’s the biggest pro rodeo taking place this weekend, and, with $15,000 in the purse for each event, a major stop for rodeo contestants. Five hundred-nine contestants will pull trucks and trailers into town, [...]
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Follow along for live updates as California's Fish and Game Commission contemplates protecting the gray wolf as an endangered species in California.
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Let Sagebrush Trail lead you home! Click any image to slightly enlarge. Fabulous 3128 sqft 4/3.5 with 2 Master Suites at either end of home.
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James Santos, former Cirque du Soleil artistic director of DRALION will return to Shasta College this summer as Guest Artist and Choreographer for the smash Broadway hit “CHICAGO”. Santos, the founding director of A Cascade Christmas and The Dance Project, left Redding to serve as an Assistant Artistic director for Cirq
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California’s $840 million medical prison — the largest in the nation — was built to provide care to more than 1,800 inmates.
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The moons that orbit Saturn may be increasing by one — an icy, pint-sized object that astronomers have named “Peggy.”
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Expect a high of 81 degrees Wednesday and mostly sunny skies. Clouds will move in at night and a low of 49 is expected. It will be a windy night, with gusts up to 20 mph. Winds will be more intense Thursday, with gusts reaching up to 24 mph. A 20 percent chance of showers is expected at night.
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The Tehama County Superior Court will hold the preliminary hearing for three men accused of killing a marijuana grower during a robbery and running from authorities in a chase that led to a manhunt.
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In 1914: Francis Wright, 25, a female resident of the red light district in Kennett, was found murdered by a head blow inflicted by a hammer in the hands of a miner who was jealous or vengeful because she refused to marry him.
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No. 18 Simpson Universiy softball entertains Menlo College in a California Pacific Conference matchup.
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North State news in brief.
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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A 16-year-old was taken to Mercy Medical Center this evening after being hit by a Ford F-150 pickup, paramedics said.
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A preview of the Shasta Lake Bass Easter Baseball Classic tourney at Redding's Big League Dreams.
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Letter to the editor.
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Letter to the editor.
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The Left is trying to sell a lie about women's pay. Below the fraudulent stats is a reality: Men participate differently in the workforce than women.
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Kids can learn about tiny science in exhibit at Turtle Bay.
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The Shasta Lake City Council will likely decide whether to place a marijuana tax on the November ballot during its meeting tonight.
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Seach underway to find replacement for longtime conductor and music director.
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Man jumped into river to elude police in March, authorities say.
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When California voters decided to change the way the state’s primary elections work, the move was cast as an effort to moderate a state Capitol gripped by polarization.
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Got leftovers? Here are some healthy ways to dig into that ham.
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Bus driver among those identified.
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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 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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Simpson University softball entertains Menlo College in a California Pacific Conference matchup at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
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The Glenn County Coroner has officially identified three people in Thursday's fatal crash on Interstate 5 just north of Orland.
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Here’s a 1990 built 1978 sqft 3/2 in the always-desirable Gold Hills neighborhood.
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As the lead investigating agency, the California Highway Patrol is seeking witnesses and/or information associated with the multi-vehicle traffic collision which occurred last Thursday, April 10, 2014, at approximately 5:40 pm, between a FedEx truck/trailer, a Nissan Altima, and a chartered bus on Interstate 5 near the city
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 By Jenny Brewer   Poetry is capable of starting the fire in a person’s life, it can change the way we view ourselves or even life around us. The casual poetry reader can easily pick up any poem and be immersed in feelings of awe, inspiration, joy, dread, and sorrow. Well, Ap
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by Derek Yorton           Robert Soffian is an inspired modern artist, a director of multiple plays and acts of theatre, but more importantly he was the main driving force for the Shasta College Theatre Department. Soffian moved from the east coast and
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  In order to pay homage to Cesar Chavez, perhaps the most well-known Latino American social activist, a group of students organized by Heather Wylie participated in a “Day of Service.” Students and faculty members congregated at Whiskeytown Recreation Area on a foreboding Saturday morning, to work
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The Orange County Register, here, tells the cautionary tale of a SoCal penny stock company that reinvented itself to capitalize on the Green Rush. Caveat emptor. Excerpt: The press releases began to flow in February. A Mission Viejo penny stock...
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A woman suspected of shoplifting at the Walmart in Anderson was arrested Monday after she assaulted loss prevention employees trying to stop her from leaving the store with a cart full of merchandise, authorities said.
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The Redding City Council is meeting tonight to discuss selling water and moving public comments back to the end of their meetings.
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Expect another warm day today with mostly sunny skies and a high near 81. A calm wind in the morning will grow to a north-northeast wind of about 5 mph in the afternoon. The night should be partly cloudy with a low near 49. Wednesday will be sunny and about 82 degrees, as should Thursd
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Chic Miller of Bella Vista Farms Animal Sanctuary didn't think twice about scaling a cliff in a freezing downpour to reach a quivering dog stuck on a ledge. Likewise, she's forged creeks, climbed under bridges and over barbed wire to retrieve sacks of far-flung litters of mewing kittens and crying puppies. She's dodged traf
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1914: Plans for the bridge across the Sacramento River at Reid’s Ferry were approved and bids for the construction of the bridge would be called for at once. It was decided to have name plates prepared bearing the names of the incoming and outgoing trustees. These plates were to be placed on the bridge in a conspicuous pl
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Local sports scores and briefs.
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News in brief from around the North State.
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News in brief from around the North State.
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UPDATE: The Shasta County Coroners office confirmed the identity of the body retrieved from the Sacramento River. On 04-14-2014 at approximately 1300 hours, the Shasta County Coroner’s Office learned, from RPD, that a fisherman located a deceased body in the Sacramento River upstream from the Sundial Bridge. The
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Police say it could be the man who leaped from Market Street Bridge a few weeks ago.
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Brigham Sawyer Smith files to run against Brian Dahle, but he remains much of a mystery.
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The search for Shingletown fugitive Shane Miller will be the subject of an upcoming CNN television special.
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Justin Schultz leads effort to provide a place to grow vegetables for Rescue Mission clients.
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The doctors objected vigorously, but the opening of Medicare payment records protects patients' privacy -- and protects taxpayers from waste and potential fraud.
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Wondering about the use of torture? The first clue is the eagerness to cover up the facts.
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Californians don't trust their government. That's no surprise -- look at what their government has done to them.
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Mexican-made metal yard art for sale in west Redding. By musician/artist Billy Alford (pictured)....
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A shooting near Round Mountain late Sunday was a hunting accident, Shasta County Sheriff’s Department reported today.
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The body of man who jumped off the Market Street Bridge to avoid arrest may have been recovered this afternoon from the Sacramento River.
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The Tehama County Museum invites all who are interested in the old west to a two-fold historical presentation.
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A review of Captain America: The Winter Soldier for the IPad.
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Athletes from West Valley and Orland high schools took home Most Valuable Player honors after the 19th annual All-Star basketball games on April 6 organized by the Redding Breakfast Lions Club.
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Join Shasta Splash Dogs Dock Jumping Club April 19th and 20th at Happy Tails Barkery for a fun filled weekend of dock dog jumping competitions. Bring your dog and see how far he/she can jump or bring the family to come watch and cheer on the high flying dogs.
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A special exhibit of 56 art quilts titled "Celebrating California's State Parks" can be seen at the Quilters' Sew-ciety of Redding's upcoming quilt show April 25-27th at the Shasta District Fairgrounds.
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Two Simpson University seniors –- winners of the inaugural Stanley Clark Student Research Awards –- will present their research at academic conferences this month.
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The Whole Earth and Watershed Festival on Saturday, April 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Redding City Hall is ready to celebrate our North State community with over 125 Exhibitors and activities for all ages.
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From the "Buzz on the Street" column on May 28, 2005: North state entrepreneur envisions stylish resort with river view Imagine a high-end hotel, spa and restaurant on the Sacramento River just steps from the Sundial Bridge. John Koeberer has....
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The talented and clever Erin Friedman writes another Redding song. The lyrics, below, and here is the link to the YouTube video. We're Number 1 (87) words and music by Erin Friedman Numbers crunched and calculated U.S. cities ranked and...
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On March 20, 2014 at 5:15 pm, the Shell Gas Station at 1233 Hilltop Drive was robbed. The suspect, a white male adult, used a knife to steal money from the business. The suspect is described as a white male adult, approximately 30 years of age, 6’ tall with a slender build, and dark hair. [...]
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Redding police are asking for help identifying a man wanted for allegedly robbing a Shell gas station on Hilltop Drive at knifepoint on Thursday, March 20.
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This I know from personal experience: No people are as fanatical about American culture as some Japanese. The Smithsonian magazine gathers string on an ongoing phenomenon, here. Excerpt; If you're looking for some of America's best bourbon, denim and burgers,...
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ASHLAND, Ore.—‘Tis the season once again at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, our first-class theatrical neighbor some 140 miles north of Redding. As always, a mix of freshly interpreted classics by the Bard, original scripts and other dramas and comedies are on the docket. Behind the scenes this year: a new production b
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National Weather Service forecasters predict a warm Monday, although it'll be slightly cooler than it was over the weekend. The high today should reach an even 80 degrees under sunny skies, while tonight's low will be 51 degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to have very similar weather.
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A day after blinking in a showdown on the range, federal land managers pledged to pursue efforts to resolve a conflict with a southern Nevada rancher who has refused to pay grazing fees for 20 years.
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Okay: We're number 187. Whatever. I was a little irked at the report in USA Today and elsewhere on the Gallup-Healthways survey that ranked Redding 187th out of 189 U.S. cities with
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Okay: 187. Whatever. I was a little irked at the report in USA Today and elsewhere, the Gallup-Healthways survey that ranked Redding 187th out of 189 U.S. cities with regard to "well being." We're
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In 1914: Arthur Wright and P.C. Peirie, residents of a Chico suburb, asked Assistant District Attorney G. Le Rossignol to take action to compel the Pentecostal people, which had been termed Holy Rollers, to refrain from shouting and otherwise disturbing the peace of the neighborhood.
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According to USA Today here. Another story based on that darn Gallup-Healthways survey. Excerpt: 5. Redding, Calif. > Physical Health Index: 71.4 > Obesity rate: 27.6% (82nd highest) > Blood pressure: 30.1% (78th highest) > Poverty rate: 16.6% (166th highest)...
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Shasta College’s Erik Scribner came away with three first-place finishes Saturday at the Maurice Compton Invitational at Merritt Community College in Oakland.
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A man who was reported shot with a shotgun in the rib cage Sunday night in the Round Mountain area may be the victim of a turkey hunting incident.
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The Record Searchlight's 2013-14 prep girls basketball team is unveiled, led by coach Ray Hermann and MVP Kamira Sanders.
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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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Fifth generation Red Bluff resident John Growney is more in love with horses than horsepower.
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A look at the gear required for bull riding, leading up the 93rd annual Red Bluff Round-Up Rodeo Friday through Sunday.
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The Red Bluff Round-Up Rodeo is back this week, and local competitor Jandee Smart embodies the life and the culture of the event and the sport.
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Enterprise High sophomore point guard Kamira Sanders is the Record Searchlight Most Valuable Player (R-S.V.P.) of the 2013-14 season for the second year in a row.
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She arrives with sterling credentials, but Obama's pick to succeed the embattled Sebelius has a heavy load to carry and no end of expectations to meet.
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America once embraced the socialization of wealth, and a thriving middle class grew out of those policies. It's time to go back to them.
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SACRAMENTO — Some cable sections and rods on the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge are rusting, and engineering experts say it could lead to structural damage if the corrosion worsens, a newspaper reported Sunday.
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Federal investigators say the FedEx truck that slammed into a charter bus in Orland Thursday was not on fire before the impact. Meanwhile, the investigation into the safety of the bus and that stretch of Interstate 5 continues.
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RED BLUFF, Calif. (AP) — Federal investigators say they haven't found any physical evidence that a FedEx truck was on fire before it slammed into a bus carrying high school students, killing 10 people in Northern California.
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Check here for live updates from the latest National Transportation Safety Board press conference on the Orland bus crash that killed 10 people. The conference starts at noon at the Hampton Inn in Red Bluff.
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As seen in the Redding newspaper. Okay, its near Redding Connecticut. Do watch this tour video, however. It’s a beauty. Interesting to hear the brag about Crepe Myrtles. And really this home
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***UPDATE*** Regrettably, today’s racing event, Sunday April 27 has been CANCELLED due to bad weather. See you May 10, and May 17 for Street Legal events, and May 31 for Jefferson State Diesel and Summit Super Series Bracket Racing! *PLEASE HELP US GET THE WORD OUT* Get up
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From the Stockton Record... "The Rim fire is bringing a lot of private timber onto the market," Liu said. And there is demand for logs from Asian lumber mills. "There just hasn't been an alternative," he said Monday. "The domestic...
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The following is a list of Shasta County’s Most Wanted for the week of April 13th, 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 in to local law enforcement or the Shasta County Jail. [...]
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Today is expected to be sunny with a high near 82. Another good day to work in the garden.
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The West Valley High girls distance medley team broke another school record at the Arcadia Invite on Saturday by finishing in third place.
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In 1914: The district attorney accused J. Edward Smith, vice president, and A. W. Smith, secretary of the McCarley-Smith company, Cottonwood’s largest business house, of being alleged liquor dealers. They court told them to stop selling, giving away or keeping liquor in violation of the law.
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LOS ANGELES—Students from Los Angeles who went on to attend an orientation program at Humboldt State University after Thursday’s deadly bus crash on Interstate 5 have begun their trip home.
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Redding police say they didn't find any evidence of a shooting after a man called 911 and said he was being chased and fired upon behind Tractor Supply, just off the Twin View Boulevard exit from Interstate 5, this evening.
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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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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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