In alignment with the statewide and county instituted “stay-at-home” order, and in response to Tehama County announcing its first confirmed case of coronavirus, Tehama County Health Officer Dr. Richard Wickenheiser is requesting anyone and everyone who leaves their home for an essential acti… Read more
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