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The history of the mythical Lemurian city at the Sacramento River headwaters at Mount Shasta | Bartell's Backroads

MOUNT SHASTA, Calif. — The mighty Sacramento River is a 447-mile-long waterway, accumulating snow melt and rain runoff from 19 different counties in Northern California. It hydrates thirsty farmlands and provides drinking water to millions of people from San Francisco to Redding. On average, the river is around 70 feet wide but at its headwaters, the Sacramento River is not much more than a trickle of water spewing out of a hole in the side of Mount Shasta.
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Flooding, debris close South Market Street Friday morning

REDDING, Calif. — 8:30 a.m. update:. Redding Police Department said the northbound lanes of South Market street are now open. The southbound lanes remain closed while flooding debris is removed. Original story:. Flooding Friday morning closed roads in Redding. Just after 4 a.m., several inches of water flooded South Market...
REDDING, CA
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Historic Oak Hill Cemetery tour in Red Bluff

The family plot of George Luman Kingsley is an elaborate affair. He came to California in 1852 via the Isthmus of Panama and Tehama County in 1862 in the Lowery area, after being on the Sacramento River for 12 years. He settled on Red Bank Creek for four years engaging in the livestock business.
RED BLUFF, CA
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What's hot: Lifestyle headlines in Redding

(REDDING, CA) Your life never stops, and neither does our commitment to keeping you up-to-date on the hottest trend and lifestyle stories. We’ve got you covered on the latest lifestyle stories in your community. For more stories like these, click here.
REDDING, CA
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COVID-19 recovery could take longer than a year, says local doctor

REDDING, Calif. — A Northstate pulmonary specialist says recovering from COVID could be a lengthy process. It could take up to a year, if not longer for some. Dr. Rafael Lupercio, a pulmonary specialist in the Northstate, says,. “As a respiratory doctor, thankfully, I have seen quite a few people...
REDDING, CA
Red Bluff Daily News

Tehama County sees a slight decline in COVID-19 cases

RED BLUFF — COVID-19 cases on a slight decline in Tehama County, according to the Tehama County Health Services Agency. There were 320 new COVID cases Oct. 11-17 for an average of 46 cases per day. In September, the county averaged 65 new cases per day. According to the state...
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Northern California student attendance returns to normal after COVID-19 vaccine mandate walkout

Attendance returned to normal at Northern California schools after administrators saw higher than normal student absences tied to a walkout opposing state requirements that teachers and students get vaccinated against COVID-19. District superintendents said both staff and students were missing at a higher rate on Monday, although staff absences were...
SISKIYOU COUNTY, CA
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Shasta County warns of increase in fentanyl-related deaths

Shasta County health officials are warning residents to be aware of an increase in fentanyl-related deaths in the county. The county is on pace to experience three times the number of deaths in 2021 from fentanyl as it did in 2020. According to health officials, there were seven fentanyl-related deaths...
SHASTA COUNTY, CA
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Leonard Moty, District 2 Shasta County Supervisor, Responds to News of Upcoming Recall Election

Editor’s note: Cathy Darling Allen, Shasta County Clerk/Registrar of Voters, announced today that the signature examination and validation process for the recall petition for Supervisor District 2 is complete. The petition has been found to be sufficient, and will cause a recall election to be held for Shasta County Supervisor District 2. Below is Moty’s response to this news.
SHASTA COUNTY, CA
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Whiskeytown lifts temporary ban on campfires, charcoal grills

The temporary ban on campfires and charcoal grilling has been lifted at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. Cooler weather and a little precipitation over the course of the last month has reduced the extreme fire danger. Although visitors can now have campfires in designated fire rings, and although charcoal grilling is...
WHISKEYTOWN, CA