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Fifteen arrested in Red Bluff Walmart sting
Red Bluff police worked together with the Red Bluff Walmart over the course of three days to find and arrest people stealing from the business and made fifteen total arrests. Officers worked inside the store in plain clothes from December 13 through the 15 to identify thieves. The arrests made are a
Holiday light displays worth visiting
This house, at 134 Treasure Drive in Red Bluff, is one of dozens brightly decorated in the Forward Addition on the north end of Red Bluff. If you know of a nicely decorated home in Tehama County and would like to share it with Daily News readers, send the address to firstname.lastname@example.org or c
Camp Fire survivors can now get help from F.E.M.A. in Red Bluff and Redding
RED BLUFF, Calif. — Federal help is being mobilized across the Northstate to help those affected by the Camp Fire. Thousands of Camp Fire survivors are working on a place to call home. Mobile FEMA centers are hoping to help that process.
Fire chief helps bring Christmas magic to life
Red Bluff Fire Chief Ray Barber Tuesday helped bring Santa into the homes of single parents and a few daycare centers in Red Bluff. (Contributed)
Red Bluff Chamber: Give a chamber Christmas gift
Give a business friend or acquaintance a boost with an annual chamber membership or web sponsorship to those who are already members. It’s easy, quick and a great encouraging gift that keeps on giving.
Rotary names student of the month
Red Bluff High School senior Noelia Coyote-Barragan was honored by Red Bluff Rotary as student of the month. An honor roll student since 2015, her career goal is to become a bioengineer. Her special interests are biology, calculus and literature.
Join this year’s Search for Talent
The Exchange Club of Red Bluff, in cooperation with the Soroptimist International of Red Bluff, will host the 13th annual Search for Talent for young people ages 6-18. This event showcases the talents of the youth of Tehama County and has been growing bigger and better each year. Last year, 22 of Te
California man proposes to girlfriend at home burned down by Camp Fire
On the doorstep of where their home once stood, a man proposed to his girlfriend on Sunday after California's deadly Camp Fire destroyed their house in Paradise. Lukas Schnoor, 27, "kept a special promise" on Sunday when he asked 24-year-old Cassie Oxley to marry him. He wrote on Facebook that he pr
Community rallies for Christmas festival
RED BLUFF — Even before the doors opened, the parking lot was nearly full Saturday at the Red Bluff Community Center for the 28th annual Red Bluff Children’s Christmas Festival.
Snapshot: It’s all in the details
On Dec. 8, the Patrick Ranch Museum hosted a gingerbread workshop. There were more than 100 participants, including Gracie Holland of Red Bluff, decorating her gingerbread house.
Man who ‘illegally’ razed his historic San Francisco home must rebuild an exact replica
Richard Neutra’s legacy of modernist architecture, marbled throughout southern California, has a quieter history in San Francisco. The Austrian-born architect designed just five homes in the city, including a Victorian rowhouse for refugees from Nazi Germany, his first redwood building, along with h
Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers Set to Visit North State
REDBLUFF, REDDING, Calif.- The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services and FEMA are bringing help directly to those displaced by wildfires by sending Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers to Red Bluff and Redding.
Patient claims California plastic surgeon ‘experimented’ on her and altered medical records to hide it
If money was her only goal, Wendy Knecht could have walked away when she settled her lawsuit against a Pasadena plastic surgeon for $1 million. Instead, the Studio City woman is taking her case to the state, encouraging authorities to prosecute Dr. Max Lehfeldt’s for altering her medical records aft
Japanese 'tsunami fish' found off the California coast seven years later
In March 2011, Japan experienced a massive tsunami that was the aftermath of a 9.1 earthquake, the largest the country has ever experienced. It resulted in the deaths of an estimated 29,000 people and caused approximately $235 billion in damages, making it the deadliest natural disaster in history.
100 years ago: More airplanes for Red Bluff next Monday
Plans for another exploration flight up the Sacramento valley and over the high Coast Range mountains to Eureka are being worked out by the flying department at Mather Field. A formation of three ships will make the trip, leaving for the northern point on Monday, if weather conditions are favorable.
Firefighters rescue 6 puppies from burning structure
"Christmas came early" for a fire unit when its crews rescued six puppies from a burning structure near the California-Nevada border Friday. The tiny black dogs were discovered in a "remote area of the state" near Doyle, roughly 45 miles northwest of Reno, Nevada, the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection
California jewelry store robbery thwarted after owner's nephew pulls out gun
A California jewelry store owner’s nephew pulled a gun on suspects as the two men allegedly tried to rob his uncle’s store, according to reports. The suspects, caught on video, allegedly tried to stab owner Jean Boujekian during the attempted robbery at Vana Watch and Jewelry in South Pasadena on Fr
Details released on Thursday morning crash
CORNING — The names of the injured parties in a Thursday morning crash on State Route 99E were released Friday by the California Highway Patrol. Three people sustained injuries ranging from minor to major in the multi-vehicle collision reported about 7:45 a.m. Thursday on SR 99E, south of Tecate Roa
100 years ago: Bad check artist arrested in Sacramento
A man whose name is supposed to be Jack Brennan was arrested in Sacramento yesterday upon a warrant issued from Red Bluff, charging him with having cashed a couple of forged checks, one at the pool hall of Amzy Wilson in this city for the sum of $42,60, and the other by A. Raiche, proprietor of a Ge
Elderly couple who may have started deadly Carr Fire receive messages of forgiveness
Rather than blame the couple, residents devastated by the Carr Fire chose forgiveness over anger, and their extraordinary gestures may touch your heart. The Carr Fire, one of the most destructive wildfires in California history, reportedly started on July 23 because of a flat tire on an elderly coup