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Water Council to request boundary expansion

Members of the Redding Area Water Council (RAWC), composed of agencies which provide water service to Shasta County residents, discussed two important issues...

Model airplane flies across America

By Michael Brown I am a local model airplane hobbyist and pilot, and I live in Bella Vista. I enjoy all of the many parts...

Palo Cedro Businesses welcome community with some holiday spirit

Palo Cedro merchants will hold their annual Christmas Open House from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3, 2010 at the Palo Cedro...

Oak Run, Whitmore fire companies to host Christmas Bazaars

Two of the east valley’s bordering foothill communities will sparkle with excitement this coming Saturday Dec. 4, 2010 as their volunteer fire companies host...

Weaverville: The little town that could

by Patricia Lawrence It is often the small towns that make America great.  Weaverville, population 3,500 and county seat of Trinity, is one of those...

Junction committee works hard to pass bond measure

The hardworking “Yes on Measure C” Committee for the Junction Elementary School District had reason to celebrate on Nov. 2, 2010: voters passed the...

Bee hives vandalized

Palo Cedro beekeeper Shannon Wooten would like to catch whoever smashed his bee hives with a pickup truck last Friday night.  He is offering...

Relatives share pioneer stories at Parkville Cemetery

Shasta County historian Dottie Smith’s idea for guided tours of the Parkville Cemetery by moonlight turned out to be a huge success, even though...

Bella Vista woman needs communities’ help to receive national title

Kelly Cohen of Bella Vista recently entered a competition open to any woman who thinks she is the most hard core hunter.  Cohen’s entry,...

V.F.W. Post 275 honors Vietnam and Korean War veterans

by Judy La Russa On October 16, 20010, Veterans of Foreign Wars (V.F.W.) Post 275 hosted a early Veteran’s Day memorial celebration at the Halcumb...

Planning 101 workshop provides useful information to residents

By Sharyn Cornelius The Anderson Partnership for Healthy Children put on a workshop on Land Use Processes at Simpson College on Oct. 26, 2010 that...

More community members and businesses join support of patriotic wave

June 14, 2010 marked the first time that Palo Cedro flew its full complement of patriotic colors, thanks to 11 generous business and community...