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The Corning Chamber of Commerce received a donation of 4,500 disposable mask from Tovey Giezentanner at Salus Supply in Chico to be distributed to local businesses working to abide by the COVID-19 state and local regulations required for reopening.

Corning's public pool at Northside Park is open for the summer, but its daily use does not look anything like in years past.

Vesper Masonic Lodge 84, Red Bluff, awarded $2,000 scholarships each to sixteen graduating seniors from area high schools.

Friends of the Library, city officials and Tehama County Librarian Todd Deck gathered in front of the Corning Library on Monday, June 6 to present a brand new bicycle to the Friends of the Library raffle winner, Jody Beckley, 10, of Kirkwood.

On Thursday, June 25, 2020, Wildlife officers at the California Department of Fish and Wildlife served two search warrants near the west end of Vassar Road in Tehama County on June 25, resulting in numerous arrests and the confiscation of growing and processed marijuana with assistance from …

Shasta Regional Community Foundation distributed 211 awards to students across the North State, including several scholarships to Tehama County students. Awards were based on community service, grades, financial need, extra-curricular activities and other donor specified qualifications.

A crash between a motorcycle and a big rig on the Fourth of July north of Red Bluff resulted in the discovery of 12 pounds of methamphetamine in the possession of the motorcyclist, reported the California Highway Patrol Red Bluff office.

With Independence Day celebration just two days, state, county and local fire officials remind residents and visitors to do their part to prevent fires and injuries caused by illegal fireworks or the misuse of “Safe and Sane” fireworks. 

In an effort to keep businesses updated on new guidance coming out from state officials amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tehama County Public Health Agency is sharing information with the local business community concerning opportunities to obtain necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)…

Forty-seven acres at the Corning Union High School District Rodgers Ranch has been planted in walnuts with the hope the new agricultural enterprise will within a few years bring revenue into the ranches coffers and be a hands-on learning lab for the district’s students.

Corning Rotary recently partnered with the Corning Senior Center, Corning Christian Assistance, the City of Corning, and Harvest Christian Center in creating and distributing boxes of groceries and other items to seniors in Corning.

Tehama Together today identified the twenty local programs which have been awarded min-grants in amounts ranging from $500 to $5,000 for a total of $55,000.  These rapid response grants were given to provide assistance to programs and individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic with funds …

The active shooter allegedly responsible for killing one man and injuring at least two others at the Wal-Mart Distribution Center on Highway 99W, had a history with law enforcement, reports the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office.

The active shooter allegedly responsible for killing one man and injuring at least two other at the Wal-Mart Distribution Center south of Red Bluff on Highway 99W, Saturday, June 27, has been identified as Louis Lane, 31, of Redding, said Tehama County Asst. Sheriff Phil Johnston.

William Richard Keys, 40, of Clear Lake was arrested by a Tehama County sheriff’s deputy June 22 and booked into the Tehama County Jail without bail on suspicion of two counts possession of a controlled substance for sale.

Feeding Coring’s homeless and seniors during the past three months of the COVID-pandemic crisis has earned Karen Burnett the United Way of Northern California’s Essential Hero award.

It’s budget-time for Tehama County and Corning governments, with each entity presenting proposed 2020-21 budgets this week. Due to financial impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, both may have to dip into reserves to balance deficit budgets.

With 2020 starting out with February being the driest month since the 1850’s in California, warming temperatures and winds are quickly drying out the annual grass crop. The increasing fire danger posed by dead grass and hotter, drier conditions in the region is prompting CalFire to suspend a…

Tehama County has recently experienced an increase in the number of positive COVID-19 cases, as of Tuesday the number is 27, with several of those cases identified in the Corning area. Some of these cases were community acquired, whereby no specific place or event was identified as the sourc…

On Tuesday the state Legislature passed its version of the state budget, a framework that increases taxes and relies on subsidies from the federal government, said Senator Jim Nielsen, Republican of Tehama who serves as Vice Chairman of the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee.

Corning Police Department’s canine officer, Blaze, is set to receive a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. 

The “city pool” at Northside Park will open this summer, exactly when is undetermined, but the opening will definitely look different than it has in the past. The City Council gave its approval during the June 9 meeting for the Teddy Pohlers Memorial Pool to open for general swimming when al…

The Listos California for All Emergency Preparedness Campaign, managed by the California Office of Emergency Services, is underway in Tehama County to engage and ensure residents will be prepared for emergencies. The intent of the campaign is to build resiliency in vulnerable communities at …

As the impacts from COVID-19 continue to be felt across the country, Lassen National Forest officials said they remain committed to providing services on public lands and doing what they can to help those in need. As such, the Lassen National Forest is providing free personal use firewood pe…

The City of Corning is sending a letter, in partnership with the League of California Cities, to Assemblyman James Gallagher, state Sen. Jim Nielsen and Gov. Gavin Newsom, requesting support be provided to assist the city in dealing with the impacts of revenue losses and increase in expendit…

It is improbable that anyone taking part in this year’s Corning and Centennial high schools’ graduation ceremonies will ever forget the unique circumstances surrounding the experience.

U.S. Rep. Doug LaMalfa, a Republican of Richvale joined the Coronavirus County Relief and Stability Act as an original cosponsor to address the lack of COVID-19 relief funding for small and midsize counties. This bipartisan legislation is led by Rep. Paul Cook, Repbulican of Apple Valley, an…

Drive by the Corning Fire Department on Fifth Street and you will see a new medical emergency rescue squad truck has joined the ranks alongside the new fire engine that arrived a year ago.

The murder charges against Corning resident, Jason Young, have been dropped by the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office.

Robert W. Clark, of Corning died at the age of 82 on May 8, 2020, in Chico. He as born Feb. 26, 1938. Arrangements handled by Hall Bros. Corning Mortuary.

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to grow in Tehama County as public health officials encourage all residents to be tested for the virus and amid the reopening of most businesses.