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admin April 16, 2018

The members of the New Hope Evangelical Presbyterian Church want to thank the individuals and churches who have offered us the use of their facilities and have stood by us during our realignment with the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) and separating ourselves from the Presbyterian Church (USA). It has been a two-year journey with many […]

admin April 16, 2018

Four months after a California Department of Resources Recovery and Recycling enforcement action forced USA Recycling in Susanville to close, Lassen County residents will again have a local facility to return bottles and cans for their California Redemption Value. Assemblyman Brian Dahle, R. Bieber, has been meeting frequently with CalRecycle to urge the agency to […]

admin April 16, 2018

Committee members are looking to raise more than the $24,000 raised at last year’s Burney Fall River Education Foundation dinner and auction in the hopes of surpassing the $1 million mark in grant giving. Committee member Evalee Nelson said enough money raised Saturday night would allow the foundation to award $72,144 in grants next year. […]

admin April 16, 2018

On Monday at 3:56 p.m., Loraina Kunde of Redding called the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office to report her 11-year-old son, Skyler Harrah, was lost near Eskimo Hill west of Old Station. He was at the recreation area with his family playing in the snow and had gone back to the car, in the parking lot. […]

admin April 16, 2018

Fall River schools Supt. Greg Hawkins is asking parents and guardians to participate in an online survey about their children’s schools. “One of the major components of the new way our district is being funded is accountability – in a sense, making sure all areas of a district’s budget are being addressed,” Hawkins said in […]

admin April 16, 2018

The Fall River lady Bulldogs varsity squad looked to be the dominant team at the Burney Jamboree with their 51-36 win over Portola Thursday. But the team’s bid for the tourney championship was cut short by the weather bringing an end to their preseason. The lady Bulldogs (7-4) dominated the game with their post players. […]

admin April 16, 2018

Long-term care at Mayers Memorial Hospital is under attack once again. The Dec. 13 decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Gov. Jerry Brown’s 10 percent cut to Medi-Cal could be devasting to Mayers Memorial Hospital. “We’ve been fighting this war for many years,” said Mayers CEO Matt Rees. “And we’ve […]

admin April 15, 2018

Hospital staffs at both Modoc Medical Center and Mayers Memorial Hospital are in search of needed funds to keep them operating and hope to obtain those monies through the ballot box. Modoc Medical Center should learn Tuesday whether residents in Modoc County will agree to a $195 a year parcel tax which, supporters say, will […]

admin April 15, 2018

The employment roller coaster ride may continue for Covanta Energy employees unless the company signs a restructured power purchase agreement with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) before Nov. 1. “We hope we can get something done this week,” said James Regan, Covanta Energy corporate communications associate. Covanta furloughed employees last fall for the same […]

admin April 15, 2018

Some extra rest didn’t hurt the lady Bulldogs as they steamrolled their way through the playoffs to get to the section title game. The Fall River volleyball team went through league play with relative ease then had an 11-day layoff as the top-seed in the Division VI playoffs. However, there was little rust to be […]