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Preliminary Shasta County Election Results: Nail-biters, Shockers; Tight Races May Take Weeks to Call

After more than two years of extreme political division and rancor, Shasta County’s election-night results were a wild roller-coaster ride packed with preliminary findings that ranged from presumptive winners to nail-biter races that may not reveal obvious winners for weeks… Continue Reading

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As New U.S. Attorney, Former Shasta County D.A. McGregor Scott Wants to Make the North State a Priority

On April 24, 2018, the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office determined that a Redding police officer was justified when he shot and killed a man in December of 2017.  Police-officer involved shootings can dominate the news cycles and can sometimes leave… Continue Reading

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Rain Doesn’t Dampen LaMalfa Town Hall

Rep. Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, is no stranger to loud, interruptive constituents, and those who attended Wednesday’s town-hall-style meeting at the MacLaughlin Auditorium at Sequoia Middle School were no exception. Even so, Parker Williams, LaMalfa’s Communication Director, put the meeting in perspective.… Continue Reading

Governor Appoints Redding’s Alan Phillips, Samuel Llamas, to Shasta District Fair Board

SACRAMENTO – Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the following appointments: Samuel Llamas Jr., 36, of Redding, has been appointed to the 27th District Agricultural Association, Shasta District Fair Board of Directors. Llamas has served as a police officer… Continue Reading

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A Haven for the Most Needy Creatures

Chic Miller of Bella Vista Farms Animal Sanctuary didn’t think twice about scaling a cliff in a freezing downpour to reach a quivering dog stuck on a ledge. Likewise, she’s forged creeks, climbed under bridges and over barbed wire to… Continue Reading