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Red Bluff Teacher Who Compared Covid Vaccine, Test Requirements, to Jewish Holocaust, Placed on Leave; Superintendent Receives Death Threats

Stacy Pearce, the Berrendos Middle School teacher whose post went viral on the social media for wearing a yellow Star of David while comparing Covid-19 vaccine and testing requirements to the Jewish Holocaust, has been placed on administrative leave while… Continue Reading

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Annual Beef ‘N’ Brew Offers Winning Combination for Ranchers, Businesses

Not every good idea gains traction, but the concept cattlewoman Cathy Tobin brought to the city’s Downtown Business Association seven years ago turned out to be one people would sink their teeth into. Literally. The annual Beef ‘n’ Brew, scheduled… Continue Reading

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Tehama Trail Passport Weekend: Food, Wine, Food, More Food, Wine, Farms, Food …

Today we talk with Kate Grissom about this coming weekend’s Tehama Trail Passport Weekend event. Kate is Rolling Hills Casino’s marketing director, and the current president of the Tehama EDC. She is also a leader in the Tehama County Branding Project,… Continue Reading

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Soroptimist International of Red Bluff 12th Annual Walk/Run Event

Begin the 11 Days of Roundup by participating in the Soroptimist International of Red Bluff 12th Annual Walk/Run event. The Walk/Run will be held Saturday April 14th with the start at 8 am.  The registration for all races begins at… Continue Reading

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V-day Red Bluff and Redding presents The Vagina Monologues: A benefit production for Girls Inc.

The award-winning play is based on V-Day Founder/playwright Eve Ensler’s interviews with more than 200 women. Before the show audience members are invited to shop local vendors such as Daisy Rae Boutique and purchase raffle tickets for one of the… Continue Reading