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Wild horse advocates testify before BLM Advisory Board in Phoenix

Palomino Armstrong and Jennifer Gillespie, two of the North State’s most active wild horse advocates, returned home from testifying before the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board

Bella Vista Water District moves forward to replace intake screens at Wintu Pumping Plant

The Board of Directors for the Bella Vista Water District on Feb. 28, 2011 moved forward with plans to replace the 45-year-old intake screens

Six-county water planning board meets in Redding

North State residents interested in water issues had the chance on Mar. 7, 2011 to see the newest water planning organization in action

Planning Commission approves Millville land division project

     The Shasta County Planning Commission on Mar. 10, 2011 approved a zone amendment and parcel map for a land-division project in eastern Millville. ...

NCCS eighth graders put on stellar performance

Miss Fitt (Kristen Ayres) is robbed of her jewelry at gunpoint by the Paper Bag Bandit.       By Sharyn Cornelius                 The play was definitely the...

Bella Vista to hold spaghetti fundraiser

     The Bella Vista Volunteer Fire Department will hold its Spring Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser on Thursday, Mar. 17, 2001 at the Bella Vista Fire...

Local residents take Honey Bandit story’s to Washington D.C

North State residents Palomino Armstrong, of Shingletown, and Jennifer Gillespie, of Redding, began their journey to Washington, D.C. at midnight on Feb. 12, 2011....

Wine & Dine for the Park gets the ball rolling for playgrounds

Surrounded by colorful figures of children at play with kites and balloons, patrons of the Seventh Annual Wine and Dine for the Park on...

Sold-out Club Cougar show a great experience for participants

Photo by Michelle Pritchard: Pianist Sklyar Noetzel performs at the Club Cougar. “Cougar Chronicles” By Skylar Noetzel, Foothill Band Reporter Every year in February, Foothill High School's...