NAACP Hosts Town Hall Meeting, Barbecue Fundraiser Tuesday

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, local branch 1056, sponsors a fundraiser barbecue dinner, membership drive and community forum with guest speakers Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko and California Highway Patrol, Captain J. Flavin on Tues. Aug. 9, 2011, from 5 to 8 p.m.

Law enforcement and community issues will be discussed at 6:30 p.m. at the Martin Luther King Multicultural Center located at 1815 Sheridan Street in Redding. Continue Reading

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Warrant Issued for Missing Girl’s Uncle; More on Amber Alerts

An arrest warrant was issued today for the uncle of missing Redding 15-year-old Jean Marie Berlinghoff. Charles David Berlinghoff, 44, of Los Angeles is wanted by the Shasta County Sheriff on suspicion of felony child concealment, the sheriff’s office reported.

Also today, the California Highway Patrol’s … Continue Reading

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Search For Teen Continues Despite Lack of Amber Alert

The father of missing Redding teenager Jean Marie Berlinghoff said he considers his daughter to be in grave danger despite the fact that an Amber Alert wasn’t issued after her disappearance; the case didn’t meet the criteria of the system, officials said. … Continue Reading

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Bosenko for Sheriff: Re-elect Experience

Candidate statement from Tom Bosenko, running unopposed for sheriff Age: 52 Occupation: Sheriff As Sheriff, it has been an honor to serve the people of Shasta County over the past four years. I have 31 years of continuous, active, progressive experience with… Continue Reading

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We Want (to hear from) You! Shasta County Primary Candidates

On 6-8-10, expect voting time again! And we want to hear from all Shasta County Primary Election candidates – both opposed and unopposed. Where are our manners? Allow us to extend a proper invitation. Dear Shasta County election hopefuls, You are cordially invited to submit a written statement for… Continue Reading

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A Talk With Shasta County Sheriff Tom Bosenko

When voters approved Proposition 215 in 1996, California became one of two states to decriminalize marijuana on a medical basis. (Arizona voters passed the similar Proposition 200 on the same day.) Proponents of medical cannabis didn’t have long to rejoice,… Continue Reading