Report: Coleman Hatchery Improvements Pose ‘No Significant Impact’

The Bureau of Reclamation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have released the Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact for the Coleman Barrier Weir Site Modifications Project. The Coleman National Fish Hatchery complex, on Battle Creek near… Continue Reading

“Painting Beyond Limits” Art Workshop with Patricia A. Carlson

This workshop packs a semester of learning into 3 full days of fall fun. It’s designed to bump us all out of our comfort zone while adding to our basic painting skills. All levels, beginners through advanced, will find it… Continue Reading

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‘Capturing a Moment in Time’ Features Artist Sandi Howell

Photography captures and preserves moments in time. A moment in a photograph stays with us; it is the captured instant where emotion, light, composition and color can come together to create an amazing and memorable image, Sandi Howell says of… Continue Reading

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Last Hurrah for Lake Red Bluff

The final days to enjoy Lake Red Bluff are getting closer with the last full day of the lake being Wednesday. In June, the gates of the Red Bluff Diversion Dam were lowered for the last time, allowing for two… Continue Reading

Blue Goose Fine Art Gallery Explores Co-Op Transition

To continue the spirit of the Blue Goose Gallery, Deb Groesser and others are exploring the opportunity of transitioning it into an artist’s co-op, and they need your help. If you are an artist of any medium (paint, photography, wood, glass,… Continue Reading

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For His Brother, Simpson Grad Offers the Ultimate Gift

While most college graduates spend the summer relaxing or vacationing with friends and family, Simpson University graduate Caleb Sanders found himself preparing to donate one of his kidneys to his older brother. On June 8, the 22-year-old history major underwent… Continue Reading