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While walking down Solano Street one day, local resident, Jerry Lequia, stopped and took a close look at the Corning Veterans Hall, its flagpole and parking lot. He was dismayed at what he saw.

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After serving two years on the Tehama County Major Crimes Unit, Corning Police Officer James White is back full-time on the streets of Corning having been promoted to sergeant.

Since he was a toddler, Hunter Maxwell, of Los Molinos has loved bull riding. That love paid off during the recent Stetson Wright Invitational at the Beaver County Fairgrounds in Minersville, Utah, where Maxwell took the mini-bull riding championship earning the 14-year-old a belt buckle and…

Noting that climate goals outlined last week by the Biden administration will have real, on-the-ground implications for farmers and ranchers, the California Farm Bureau urged the administration to listen to farmers’ and ranchers’ voices as it fleshes out its “30 x 30” plan.

SAN FRANCISCO— Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and The PG&E Corporation Foundation are encouraging qualified students to apply for the Better Together STEM Scholarship Program. The Foundation will provide funding for a total of $250,000 to students pursuing a degree in the Sc…

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The California Third District Court of Appeal overturned a Sutter County Superior Court judge’s ruling last week pertaining to a lawsuit filed last year by local legislators challenging Gov. Gavin Newsom’s use of emergency powers during the COVID-19 State of Emergency.

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The 100th annual Tehama District Fair has come and gone with the crowning of a new Miss Tehama County, hundreds of livestock auctioned off, carnival rides galore, a rodeo, diaper derby, fair food enjoyed, live entertainment, destruction derby and more.

Tehama County Public Health invites the community to attend upcoming vaccination clinics located at various locations throughout the county in an effort to make the COVID-19 vaccine easily accessible to all workers and residents.

Fire crews from throughout Northern California converged at a site east of Red Bluff, the Ishi Conservation Camp, this week for “hands on” practice in preparation for the upcoming fire season. The annual Ishi Fire Crew Exercise is the largest in the state, where fire crews are put through th…

The days are longer, the weather is warming up, and spring has sprung. That means it is officially spring-cleaning time, according to the Tehama County Landfill Recycling Center.

(Washington, DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, issued the following statement after joining with U.S. Representative Mike Thompson, along with other U.S. representatives of California, Anna Eshoo, Doris Matsui, John Garamendi, Jared Huffman, Mark DeSaulnier, Ro Khanna, and Jimmy Pa…

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A man has been arrested in the stabbing death of a 29-year-old Corning woman who was killed Wednesday, April 21. Another victim in the incident is recovering from stab wounds inflicted that same day.

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The 100th annual Tehama District Fair opens today featuring a carnival, Miss Tehama contest, live entertainment, destruction derby, the Tehama Jr. Livestock Auction and more. The event was canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the community is sure to attend this much enjoyed h…

As Tehama County remains in the state's COVID-19 red tier with 57 confirmed deaths, the county's Health Services Agency has received notice that a COVID-19 test specimen within Tehama County was determined to be the B.1.1.7 variant, announced the agency on Friday, April 23.

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Corning recognized Sexual Assault Awareness Month with a proclamation adopted by the City Council, as Empower Tehama announces it is opening a center in Corning to help and support the victims of domestic and sexual violence. Announcement of the location is pending, according to Jennifer Mon…

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SACRAMENTO — A federal grand jury returned a two-count indictment against Austreberto Rafael Santamaria-Valencia, 25, of Corning, on April 22, charging him with suspicion of possession with intent to distribute fentanyl and being a felon in possession of a firearm, said Acting U.S. Attorney …

Susanville – The Lassen National Forest has began opening recreation sites and campgrounds across the forest, however, several developed recreation and groups sites will remain closed for the season.

A public teleconference by the Bureau of Reclamation and the Tehama-Colusa Canal Authority (TCCA) will take place 10 a.m.-4 p.m., May 4 for a negotiation session with the Central Valley Project Corning and Tehama-Colusa canals, Red Bluff and Corning pumping plants, and associated works in No…

For the first-time ever, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will raffle off two “Golden Opportunity” fundraising deer tags to the general hunting public. These rare tags allow hunters to take any legal buck by any legal means anywhere in the state beginning July 10, 2021, …

The Tehama Glenn Unit of CalFire and the Tehama County Fire Department are reminding residents that burn permits will be required starting Saturday, May 1, in the unincorporated areas of Tehama County, except in the Capay Fire District, and will be required until the burn suspension goes int…

Late spring and early summer is the peak time for California’s deer herds to give birth to fawns, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminding the public to not interact with the baby deer, even if they appear to be abandoned.

The California Public Utilities Commission placed the Pacific Gas and Electric Company into the first step of an enhanced oversight and enforcement process this week based on the utility provider’s failure to sufficiently prioritize clearing vegetation on its highest-risk power lines as part…

Two armed robberies occurred on the 400 block of Ventura Avenue in Gerber around 6:35 a.m., April 14, the suspects fleeing before sheriff's deputies could arrive.

An alleged illegal commercial marijuana growing operation in Corning was busted Monday, April 19, hidden within an olive orchard at the intersection of Viola and Orchard avenues, according to the Tehama County District Attorney's Bureau of Investigations.

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Vacancies continues to plague the Tehama County Sheriff's Office, which currently has 22 vacant positions out of its roster of 126 employees, and the list is growing almost daily. Of those vacancies four are frozen positions, leaving the department with 18 unmanned positions.