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As the Sacramento River rose in late February and early March due to a series of storms, it spilled over and flooded several hundred acres... [Read More]
This will be the last issue of the News from its old office on Fine street. Next Monday we will begin publication of the paper... [Read More]
Saturday Red Bluff Farmers market: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., River Park, EBT, debit and credit cards accepted Main Event Gallery: 11 a.m. to 5... [Read More]
Mercy High School continues the sale of its annual 300 Club Raffle tickets through March 26. This raffle is a Mercy tradition dating back more... [Read More]
Unemployment has dropped slightly according to preliminary February numbers released Friday by the Employment Development Department, which show Tehama County at 6.9 percent, down from... [Read More]
The Red Bluff softball team took a 6-2 win over the Foothill Cougars Thursday, landing five of the six runs in the fourth inning alone.... [Read More]
Two Tehama County Sheriff's Office sergeants, Jeff Garrett and Derek Sherrill, were selected from a field of six persons to promote to lieutenant to fill... [Read More]
Moviegoers and residents making their way down South Main Street have probably see a crane towering over Prime Cinemas since Monday. The city's one and... [Read More]
Did you know that Red Bluff was originally known as Leodocia, but was renamed to Covertsburg in 1853? We got our current name in 1854.... [Read More]
Simpson University for Seniors is offering two courses in April for adults of any age. The non-credit, no-homework classes, which begin April 1, are taught... [Read More]
Homes of Hope for Victims in Domestic Abuse, or VIDA, is a non-profit organization that serves victims in domestic abuse by providing support and assistance... [Read More]
The Sun Country Quilters Guild will be meeting 3-9 p.m. Monday, March 25 for its first Sew-in and pot luck dinner of the year. Dinner... [Read More]
Tehama County Supervisor Candy Carlson joined nearly 2,000 other county leaders in Washington, D.C. for the National Association of Counties (NACo) annual Legislative Conference March... [Read More]
Author Terry Pratchett wrote, "Thousands of years ago, cats were worshiped as gods. Cats have never forgotten this." While cats cannot thank the author for... [Read More]
The California Cattlemen's Legislative Steak and Eggs Breakfast at the Sutter Club in Sacramento is a longtime tradition for TCCA members, President Ron Humphrey, Mike... [Read More]
Age. We try to hide its effects and devalue its merits and push forward to the "future" of a society that increasingly fails to see... [Read More]
Tehama has a mystery. A deep, dark, awesome mystery. So long as it remains a mystery no great international complications are likely to result. But... [Read More]
A group of Tehama County youth were given an inside look at teaching Thursday at the Celebrate Teaching event hosted at the Tehama County Department... [Read More]
A group of Tehama County youth were given an inside look at teaching Thursday at the Celebrate Teaching event hosted at the Tehama County Department... [Read More]
One of my more pronounced therapy teachings is, "The child ego state is capable of an ever-escalating level of 'needs.'" Disconnecting the psycho-babble, that generally... [Read More]
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