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  • PAL Martial Arts students earn blue belt
    published on Tue, 02 Jun 2015 17:15:14 GMT
    Sean Colon and Ethan Holman recently received their blue belts and diplomas marking more than six months of dedicated training at the Police Activities League Martial Arts Program dojo, at 1005 Vista Way, Ste. C, next to the Red Bluff Airport....
  • Tehama eLearning Academy graduates 25
    published on Tue, 02 Jun 2015 15:56:45 GMT
    RED BLUFF >> For Bridget Carlson, a member of Tehama eLearning Academy's class of 2015, a high school diploma, at times, seemed out of reach. Carlson, who delivered remarks Friday at the school's graduation ceremony at the State Theatre here, said that at the peak of her depression years ago, “I thought there was no hope.” “I no longer wanted to graduate....
  • Red Bluff women win Girls Inc. awards
    published on Fri, 29 May 2015 07:00:00 GMT
    Red Bluff >> Two Red Bluff women, Kim Berry and Amy Schutter, were honored at a May 17 award ceremony for Girls Inc. of the Northern Sacramento Valley at the Strong, Smart Bold Brunch at Riverview Golf and Country Club in Redding. Berry, along with Pat Allison and Danielle Brewster, was named a recipient of the 2015 Strong, Smart and Bold Community Service Award....
  • VSO news: New Veteran Service Office location
    published on Sat, 30 May 2015 17:27:17 GMT
    It has been a very exciting year for The Tehama County Veteran Service Office. We moved into a larger office at The Bank of America Building, 955 Main St., Ste....
  • Trial date set for man charged in slaying of Red Bluff teen
    published on Thu, 28 May 2015 07:00:00 GMT
    RED BLUFF >> A jury trial for the Tehama County man who has been charged with murder stemming from the 2013 death of 14-year-old Marysa Nichols has been scheduled to begin July 6 in Sacramento County, said Tehama County Superior Court Judge John Garaventa Thursday. The defendant, Quentin Ray Bealer, appeared in court here for a setting conference, and Garaventa set a June 17 date for the purpose of pretrial motions....
  • Red Bluff High JV baseball team finishes strong
    published on Sat, 30 May 2015 14:39:04 GMT
    RED BLUFF >> The Red Bluff High School junior varsity baseball team overcame a slow start to its season with aggressive base running and good defense to things around and end the 2015 campaign on a high note. The squad, which comprised 11 freshmen and five sophomores, dropped its first three Eastern Athletic League games and had an early overall record of 6-6 ....
  • Red Bluff City Council to consider appointing next police chief
    published on Sat, 30 May 2015 14:38:38 GMT
    The City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to take on a recommendation from city staff to appoint the 18-year Police Department veteran to the position of police chief, according to the City Council's agenda . Sanders has been serving in the role of acting police chief since early March, when prior Police Chief Paul Nanfito was placed on administrative leave amid a city investigation into his conduct....
  • Mercy High School celebrates graduates
    published on Sat, 30 May 2015 14:38:28 GMT
    Senior Adil Syed, far right, dedicates a performance of the Nickelback song If Today Was Your Last Day to his mother who inspired the Mercy Senior Ensemble to perform Thursday at the Mercy High School graduation. Red Bluff >> Mercy High School celebrated its graduates and handed out several awards and scholarships to seniors Thursday at the graduation ceremony held at the State Theatre....
  • Red Bluff High seniors selected to all-star baseball roster
    published on Fri, 29 May 2015 19:25:34 GMT
    RED BLUFF >> Red Bluff High School seniors Eric Schreter and Sam Hendricks have been selected to play in the annual Chico Breakfast Lions Club high school all-star baseball game. Schreter and Hendricks, fresh off capturing a Northern Section CIF Division II title after downing the Enterprise Hornets on Saturday, will join the North roster, which comprises Coleman Petit and Jackson Tuxhorn ; Ryan Coleman and Chase Larsen ; Jacob Turner ; Noah Ferguson ; Derek Howard, Fahredin Nushi and Cade Parke...
  • Salisbury High School graduates 31
    published on Fri, 29 May 2015 16:09:00 GMT
    Daily News Senior Erika Couch, right, fixes a tassel for fellow graduate Kyle Salazar, right, Wednesday at the Salisbury High School graduation. Red Bluff >> Salisbury High School kicked off the high school graduations in Tehama County with 31 students, which Principal Barbara Thomas said is the smallest graduating class it has had in years....
  • Tehama County schoolchildren visit the California frontier
    published on Thu, 28 May 2015 16:22:55 GMT
    Tyler Kinsworthy, a Salisbury High School student, left, makes rings for children during the park's Life in the 1850s program. Red Bluff >> Students from Metteer Elementary School were recently transported to the 1850s at William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park here....
  • Bill Cornelius: The sincerest form of flattery
    published on Wed, 27 May 2015 16:42:03 GMT
    Last Saturday evening the wife and I were sitting on the back porch enjoying a box of wine and a jumbo bag of Cheetos, as we are wont to do every Saturday evening. I was enjoying the nice weather we have been having, at least until the wife brought up a recent R. Minch “I say” column....
  • Spartans blowout Hornets for title
    published on Sat, 23 May 2015 07:00:00 GMT
    Nolan Williams for the Daily News Red Bluff's Lane Pritchard throws in the fifth inning of the Spartans' 9-1 win Saturday over Enterprise in the Northern Section Division II baseball final. Pritchard threw 6-plus innings, allowing one run on nine hits....
  • Spartans blowout Hornets for title
    published on Sun, 24 May 2015 06:28:57 GMT
    Nolan Williams for the Daily News Red Bluff's Lane Pritchard throws in the fifth inning of the Spartans' 9-1 win Saturday over Enterprise in the Northern Section Division II baseball final. Pritchard threw 6-plus innings, allowing one run on nine hits....
  • Red Bluff FFA takes part in project competition
    published on Sat, 23 May 2015 16:30:23 GMT
    Several members from Red Bluff FFA went to Shasta College Friday, May 8 to compete in the annual Project Competition. This year, Natalie Renfroe and Kegan Richards presented in the advanced category....
  • Tehama County Memorial Day weekend events
    published on Sat, 23 May 2015 14:12:54 GMT
    Several events will be taking place throughout Tehama County to honor fallen veterans during Memorial Day weekend. The following is a compilation: Red Bluff: American Legion Mt....
  • Red Bluff Rotary awards $12,000 in scholarships
    published on Fri, 22 May 2015 21:36:11 GMT
    For 25 years, the Rotary Club of Red Bluff has raised money through local fundraising activities to fund $1,000 scholarships for 10 or more Red Bluff high school students every year. In recent years, the majority of funds for the scholarships have been generated through beer sales at the annual Red Bluff Round-Up Rodeo, with the support of the Red Bluff Round-Up Association....
  • Maker Summer program launched in Tehama County
    published on Fri, 22 May 2015 16:28:25 GMT
    Red Bluff >> On Wednesday, the Maker Summer program was launched with a kick-off event at the State Theatre, including several booths by local organizations and a movie, “If You Build It,” meant to inspire Tehama County youth to get out and be creative this summer. A collaborative effort amongst the Tehama County Department of Education, Expect More Tehama, the Green Room Community Art Studio, Safe Education and Recreation For Rural Families and other groups, Maker Summer i...
  • Special Olympics athletes have a day to shine
    published on Wed, 20 May 2015 07:00:00 GMT
    Daily News Special education students participate in the first race of the day, a 100 meter relay, Tuesday at the annual Tehama County Special Olympics at the Red Bluff Union High School track. Red Bluff >> Cloudy skies gave way to cooler, sunny weather Tuesday for the annual Tehama County Special Olympics held at the Red Bluff Union High School track....
  • Bill Cornelius: Like a dog with two tails
    published on Wed, 20 May 2015 07:00:00 GMT
    All too often I hear someone say, “This community is going to the dogs.” As a person who spent 40 years working in the criminal justice field, I am keenly aware that there are far too many members of our society who are under-educated, under-disciplined, under-skilled, under-served and perhaps most importantly, under-loved. I remember dealing with failing families on a daily basis....