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Under sunny skies, more than 100 children from Dunsmuir, Mount Shasta, Weed, Lake Shastina, and outside the county came with their parents in tow to... [Read More]
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The Mount Shasta Lady Bears 10-runned the Trinity Wolves twice last week at their own Skye McKenzie Field, 17-7 and 16-5 to start Shasta Cascade... [Read More]
"Poetry has the power to connect us by sharing diverse perspectives and experiences, providing a truly transformative experience for all! The evening offers the rare... [Read More]
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Most populations of native rodents, like voles, deer mice and squirrels, are kept in check by predators such as raptors and snakes. An important part... [Read More]
Every year, on Memorial Day, the nation honors service members who have given their lives for our freedom. Social Security acknowledges the sacrifice of our... [Read More]
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The Mount Shasta High School Bears scored 36 runs April 10 in two wins over the Trinity Wolves at home. [Read More]
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Graduates of the Beginning Forestry Technician Training Program, developed by Jimmy Smith, co-owner of McCloud's Black Fox Timber Management Group, Inc. are seasoned and ready... [Read More]
This coming Saturday, April 20, is the "National Stoner Holiday" called 420.  It may seem like fun to some, but there are people who don't... [Read More]
The Siskiyou Economic Development Council presented an update on its projects and activities to the Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, and successfully renewed... [Read More]
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Bowman presented the community service award plaques to Cindy and Charlie Miller, Stephanie Burris, Chad Major, Steve Bryan, Tamra Olson, and Amber Savage for all... [Read More]
Funding for the program is available through the City of Weed, which recently received state approval to use Community Development Block Grant program income to... [Read More]
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Siskiyou County's Imagination Library program is free to families and provides an age appropriate book in the mail each month for children 5 and under. [Read More]
College of the Siskiyous pitching dominated in their 3 wins last week and fell apart in their loss. The Eagles baseball squad downed Shasta at... [Read More]
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The Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center has hosted (with the help of organizations, businesses and community leaders) the annual Earth Day celebration for more than... [Read More]
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The Mount Shasta Recreation and Parks District board decided to close the historic Rod and Gun Club for safety reasons during a special meeting Friday... [Read More]
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Over the past three and a half years, Shasta Midwives has brought 112 babies into the world, said Licensed Midwife Sue Wolcott. [Read More]
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