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Hot shot: Doesn’t have to be deep
Doesn’t have to be deep:Caleb Golter of Chico cools off last Monday in a shallow spot of Big Chico Creek in Bidwell Park in Chico, as summer’s heat settles in. Readers can submit photos for consideration to “Hot Shot” at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag their photos with #thisischico on Instagram. (Bill Hus
Hot dog vendor shut down in Cottonwood looks to regroup
His travel trailer stolen and his hot dog stand forced to shut down in Cottonwood, following involvement from several Shasta County officials, Bryan Gray is trying to find a way forward.
Edit: Woman loses home and pets in Tehama County
cecile it was one week ago today that a tehama county woman lost her home to the apple fire west of corning.. but that was only the beginning of her ordeal.. i sat down with her as she explained this living and the one surprise that she got that helped put a smile on her face.... pkg you couldn't be
Biologists break new ground on sturgeon migration
By Steve MartaranoRed Bluff — On a cold, dark, moonless night last December, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife boat stealthily cruised along the upper Sacramento River near Corning, California on its nightly mission to find green sturgeon.Except for the sound of the boat engine signaling a change of locati
Cops to return to Chico schools
The city will fund one position for the coming school year and the school district will pay about $104,000 for a second position, working 190 days, through reimbursement. The proposal does not specify where the officers will work, but in past years they were stationed at all three district high scho
400 customers without power in North Chico
PG&E crews are working to repair a downed power line in the of Garner Lane and Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Chico. The outage is impacting 400 customers from the area of Kiwi Lane to the end of Oak Ranch Lane, and the end of Augusta Lane to Kathy Lane. PG&E started at 5:15 a.m. on Monday.PG&E s
Top headlines: Monday, June 18
More than 1,400 customers were affected, but according to the online outage map, power was restored to all but 400 customers as of 7:21 a.m.
News of Our Past: Site picked for Butte Junior College
25 YEARS AGOLand swap urged to save historic language housesAn old idea was resurrected that could save six boarded-up but stately university-owned homes on West Third Street.The Chico City Council will decide in July whether saving the historic language houses is worth sacrificing other neighborhoo
And don't come Bach: Chico 7/11 plays classical music to keep transients away
"We had a lot of hassles with people sitting outside," said Gill, who owns the downtown 7/11 and the one on Forest Avenue. "But since we used that music it's made a tremendous change."
Health Fair in Red Bluff Offering Services to Help Families
Dezy Banani the Greenville Medical Director said, “We try to find different ways all the time to reach out to the community to let everyone know that we are here, the services we provide, and this is kind of a part of us doing that.”
Minor earthquake 2.96 mag, 19 km W of Forest Ranch, CA
A minor earthquake with magnitude 2.96 (ml/mb) was detected on Friday, 19 kilometers (12 miles) from Forest Ranch in CA. The earthquake occurred at a depth of 74.16 km (46 miles). All ids that are associated to the event: nc73030911. Unique identifier: nc73030911. Exact location of event, depth 74.1
Chico High School teacher convicted of child molestation
Halden Bret Calvert, 52, of Chico, appeared in Butte County Superior Court Thursday morning for sentencing following a guilty plea to a charge of misdemeanor child molestation. The victim was a 17-year-old junior at Chico High School at the time of the offenses.
Firefighters Battling 10 Acre Fire west of Lake Oroville
Firefighters are having a difficult time reaching the fire, but additional air and ground resources are heading to Oregon Gulch Road, said Cal Fire.
Former Deputy Pleads not Guilty on Weapons Charges
BUTTE COUNTY, Calif.—Former Butte County Sheriff’s Deputy David Martin was back in Superior Court this week.He is facing 23 weapons charges for possession of unregistered and illegal assault weapons.Martin’s trouble started in January when 186 firearms were seized at his Chico home during an ATF rai
Public Safety Impacts Since Willows PD Closure
julia julia july first will mark one year since the willows police department closed its doors. and city leaders decided to place law enforcement into the hands of the glenn county sheriff's office. action news now reporter hayley watts has an inside look at police operations since the transition. h
Kones with Cops raises money for medical kits
With the funds raised, Bud’s Jolly Kone purchased and donated nine active shooter medical kits to the Police Department. These medical kits include life-saving equipment such as tourniquets, trauma gauze, quick clot, chest seals and more. The kits have been issued to two school resource officers and
Corning council OKs water rate hike, picks new attorney
According to City Manager Kristina Miller, in order to comply with the rate covenant between the city and the refunding of the city’s water and sewer debt, the rate increases must continue for the five-year period. The rate is meant to take into account inflation over the proposed time.
Red Bluff woman earns Simpson degree while juggling jobs
REDDING — After months of balancing two jobs while attending school, a Red Bluff woman recently graduated from Simpson University.Judith Jimenez, 26, was one of about 150 students to graduate from Simpson on April 28. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the School of Adult and Graduate
Tehama County Community Action Agency plans food giveaways
The first Tailgate Food Giveaway will be 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, June 20, at the Rancho Tehama Community Center, 17592 Stagecoach Road, Corning. The event is open to Rancho Tehama families with school-aged children.
Woman loses her beloved pet dog in Apple Fire
"June 9th will never be forgotten. He was like my son and my best friend all in one. Words can't describe how I feel really," Shaffer said. "It was about an hour and a half before the fire reached my house. When I actually saw the smoke clouds, I called my grandpa to see if everything was okay becau