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After District Attorney’s Office completes review of fatal shooting of Mark Turner, no criminal...

The Shasta County District Attorney’s Office has completed its review of October 24, 2017, fatal shooting of Mark Turner by James Johnson.  After a...

Cascade Theatre announces 2018-19 season

The Cascade Theatre has finished booking more than 30 events for the next year and is now announcing the entire lineup for the 2018-19...

Saddle trained wild horses up for adoption in Sacramento

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Participants in the upcoming Western States Horse Expo at Sacramento’s Cal Expo will have the opportunity to adopt a saddle-trained wild...

Congressman LaMalfa announces Chico student wins Congressional Art Competition

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R-Richvale) congratulated Isabella McMurry for winning this year’s Congressional High School Art Competition representing California’s 1st Congressional District....

RPD agencies conduct law enforcement— targeting crimes in parks, trails and business districts

  On May 30, 2018, the Redding Police Department, with the assistance of the Anderson Police Department and Shasta County Probation Department, conducted a targeted enforcement...

Redding’s premiere event to make connections and get involved in your city

Redding’s premiere event to make connections and get involved in your city! 50+ non-profit booths Meet & Greet with elected officials and city department directors My Life...

DOJ approves Bayer purchase of Monsanto

From the National Association of Farm Broadcasting News Service The U.S. Department of Justice Tuesday approved Bayer Ag’s acquisition of Monsanto, with conditions. The Justice Department...

Millville students participate in Wildflower Run

As the Wildflower Run that was canceled on Friday due to rain, Monday morning became a beautiful, successful rescheduled event for Millville students. Prior to...

Burney Sheriff deputy locate two males in possession of stolen PG&E copper cable

                      On Tuesday, May 29, 2018, at 07:10 AM, a deputy assigned to the Burney...

Food and Farm News—Sales of California wines rise slightly

Wednesday, May 30, 2018   CVP water supply inches upward Water supplies have improved in the federal Central Valley Project, but some of its customers express disappointment...

Shingletown community celebrate “Kids Fish Day” at Lassen Pines Christian Camp

Kids Fish Day By Tom Twist and Stew Stewart Our 2018 Kids Fish Day went off without a hitch – no snow or 19-degree temperatures like...

Millville School celebrate Mexican Arts Day with a delayed Wildflower Run

Millville School celebrated its 17th Annual Cesar Chavez Wildflower Run and Mexican Arts Day. The event was scheduled to take place on...