When Michael Kobseff, the incumbent supervisor in Siskiyou County District 3, was first elected to office, the iPhone was not yet announced. Pluto was still a planet. Saddam Hussein was alive; Facebook was still relegated to college campuses and Twitter… Continue Reading →
The McConnell Foundation recently awarded $420,000 to the Mount Shasta Trail Association to help develop a multi-use trail system between the city of Mount Shasta and Mount Shasta Ski Park on Forest Service lands. “The Foundation believes that multi-use trail… Continue Reading →
Join us for the largest Flea Market in Siskiyou County! This event features collectibles, art, crafts, antiques, tools, clothing, jewelry, recycled treasures, furniture, food, music, and much, much more! For more information, please visit our website, www.mccloudchamber.com, or give us… Continue Reading →
Planning is underway for the Rotary Club of Mount Shasta’s 3rd annual “Castle Crags Century” on Saturday, June 20, 2015. Last year’s ride was a huge success with over 300 cyclists pouring into the community. This year’s attendance is expected… Continue Reading →
kick him to the curb. Definition:
1. To quit seeing him, especially if it’s a relationship or commitment involved.
2. To waive/fire him, especially in business matters.
Ex: If you catch a man cheating on you, kick him to the curb right then. Continue Reading →
The Siskiyou Arts Museum will open its new show titled “Originals”, Saturday, March 14, from 5-7pm. It will feature select prints from the collection of Dennis Weathers and the Mt Shasta Printmakers Collective. You Lookin’ at Me by Dennis Weathers… Continue Reading →
Local fly fishers from the Shasta Trinity Fly Fishers/ Shasta Mayflies will again be sponsoring six youths, ages 10 through 15, to attend a week long fly fishing camp this summer. It is the mission of the club to spread… Continue Reading →
Join Liberty Arts this Friday night as we celebrate our final exhibition of the year: “Stretching the Truth: Interpreting the World Through Photography” This exhibit will confuse fact and fiction as regional artists show us how they use the camera… Continue Reading →
The Shasta Regional Community Foundation announces the ARTicipate Campaign is nearing its goal. Through this campaign, every dollar contributed up to $150,000, will be matched in full. To date the community has contributed over $135,000 of the amount needed to… Continue Reading →
Artist submissions are now being accepted for Liberty Arts’ final exhibition of 2011. Stretching the Truth: Interpreting the World Through Photography Open to all media. HOWEVER, It must be clear that a significant element of a piece has a photographic… Continue Reading →