Local artists Roth & Watson featured at Banning Art Gallery

The Banning Art Gallery is proudly exhibiting art work by local artists Don Roth and Cindy Watson as featured artists from Nov. 3 through Dec. 6. The public has been invited to a reception to personally meet the artists and hear them talk about their works, scheduled for Nov. 16, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the gallery. LEADING THE […]

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Community invited to Perris Valley Historical Museum’s “Bazaar @ the Perris Depot” – Nov. 9

PERRIS — If you cherish real antiques or hard to find collectibles and are still looking for potential Christmas gifts – whether for family, friends, or yourself – then this weekend’s return of Perris Valley Historical Museum’s Bazaar @ the Perris Depot is the place you will want to be this Saturday, Nov. 9. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: UPDATE: Wanted […]

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Bella Vista: A lumber town

Guest Writer Spotlight: Jeremy M. Tuggle: Shasta Historical Society The original carpenters behind the famous Shasta Lumber Company’s flume (also known as the Terry lumber flume) were Orison D. Morse and his siblings who completed the first five miles of lumber flume in 1886 before Morse sold the lumber flume to Holbrook and Phillips. Later, these gentlemen sold out to […]

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Built in 2000 for a culinary arts school, SOCO property sells for $20.35 million

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. – Meridian, a full-service real estate developer and owner of medical real estate, is pleased to announce that the firm has closed escrow on the purchase of a 53,500-square-foot, two-story medical office building in Santa Ana, California. The purchase price was $20.35 million and Meridian plans to invest an additional $5 million in building improvements. LEADING THE […]

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From Shingle Camp to Shingletown

Guest Writer Spotlight: Jeremy M. Tuggle: Shasta Historical Society Above: an early photograph of Shingletown. From the collection of Jeremy Tuggle. Shingletown was first called Shingle Camp, it was established in 1848 as a tent community, and its name derives from the first production of shingles and shakes in Shasta County. Due to the abundance of sugar pine and cedar […]

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SNIPPP’s Snapshots

SNIPPP (Spay & Neuter Intermountain Pets & Pet Placement) is a California non-profit animal rescue organization serving portions of Shasta, Modoc, and Lassen counties. They can be called to report lost and found pets and the group offers a number of services such as Spay/Neuter Assistance Programs and vouchers for dogs & cats, as well as rescue, adoption and re-homing […]

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Seriously injured after vicious attack, RPD SRO returns to work

REDDING — When Redding Police Officer and School Resource Officer Eva Smith responded to an April call at Shasta College to assist campus security in removing a violent subject from their campus she never could have imagined she would be seriously injured and left unable to immediately return to work. However, after spending the last several months recovering from the […]

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WVHS’s new kindness initiative blossoming into a “Rainbow in the Clouds”

HEMET — As the first day of school approached this year, West Valley High School Principal, Shannyn Cahoon, was looking for a unique way to not only welcome back its former students, but to show its incoming wave of freshman how kind, caring and supportive the school’s staff is. To Cahoon’s surprise, what began as an icebreaker for the school’s […]

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Area residents invited to join Temecula’s 18th annual 9/11 remembrance

TEMECULA — The City of Temecula has once again this year invited all area residents to join City leaders and other officials as they remember and honor those our nation lost on September 11, 2001. LEADING THE RCNS HEADLINES: 4 arrested, drugs recovered, during Hemet search warrant Three dead after Beaumont shooting – Murder/suicide suspected Huge police response after reports […]

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City of Hemet begins LED streetlight retrofit – projected to save millions

HEMET — The City of Hemet announced they will begin LED retrofitting of over 4,200 streetlights with the months-long project scheduled to begin today, Thursday, Aug. 15. The retrofit project is expected to bring a variety of benefits to Hemet; including providing a longer lifespan for street lights, lowering regular scheduled maintenance costs, minimizing light pollution, and providing better visibility […]

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