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Lower Battle Creek in Tehama County is one of the 19 waterways to be part of the Wildlife Conservation Board $24.3 million grant program set to help enhance flows in streams throughout California. 

The local dairy industry is now accepting applications from young women that would like to compete for the District 4 Dairy Princess crown.

The Passenger Tire Collection event scheduled for Saturday, April 18 at the Evergreen Middle School parking lot in Cottonwood and the “Park & Ride” parking lot in Corning is cancelled. Tires will not be accepted for free at the Manton, Paynes Creek, or Rancho Tehama Transfer Stations as …

Two men were injured as the result of a big rig hitting a cow on Interstate 5 south of Red Bluff on April 5.

Varcomm, a broadband company, is working on plans for supporting residential customers during the COVID-19 pandemic by offering free and reduced broadband access to low-income individuals and  families with children grades K-12 for the next 60 days in Rancho Tehama. Varcomm is offering free …

After a slow start, testing for COVID-19 has ramped up in recent weeks, with giant commercial labs jumping into the effort, drive-up testing sites established in some places and new types of tests approved under emergency rules set by the Food and Drug Administration.

At anytime a dispatcher at the Corning Police Department may receive an emergency 911 call on their dispatch system – if the call is from a landline phone the system can pinpoint exactly where that call is coming from.

No demographic has been harder hit by the coronavirus than the elderly and seniors in communities around the world. In an effort to continue helping seniors in Corning, a small group of volunteers are daily making and distributing lunch meals at the Senior Center, 1015 Fourth St.

A store in Red Bluff, Amazing Finds, is accused of price gouging M3 N95 facial masks in relation to the coronavirus outbreak, reports the Tehama County District Attorney’s Office.

To lessen the financial hardship for many during the COVID-19 pandemic, Pacific Gas and Electric Company has implemented a series of billing and service modifications to ensure that the lights and gas stay for their customers during this time.  

A man suspected in the burglary of four businesses in Corning was arrested following a chase with police on March 27.

On Tuesday, March 24, the Tehama County Board of Supervisors presented Wilbur “Bucky” Bowen of Corning with a certificate recognizing him for his contributions to the community and the country. 

The American Red Cross has issued a request for blood donations. Through March 18, nearly 4,500 drives have been canceled due to the coronavirus, resulting in more than 150,000 fewer blood donations.

Following President Trump’s signing of the historic Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Jovita Carranza and Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin on Tuesday announced the SBA and Treasury Department have initiated a rob…

“If you give a moose a muffin, he will want some jam to go with it,” says Corning Police Officer Matt Hewitt as he reads the children’s book, “If You Give a Moose a Muffin,” on the police department’s online Facebook page.

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday schools throughout the state will likely remain closed through the end of the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“Rope for Cole” has been on Facebook since Oct. 23 when 17-year-old team roper and high school rodeo competitor, Cole Bunting, of Red Bluff was critically injured in a team roping accident during the American Cowboy Team Association Finals in Reno, Nev. 

As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, Tehama County reports as of Wednesday morning there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county, however, several coronavirus tests have been conducted with results still out.

The American Red Cross has issued a request for blood donations. Through March 18, nearly 4,500 drives have been canceled due to the coronavirus, resulting in more than 150,000 fewer blood donations.

As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, Tehama County reports as of Wednesday afternoon there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county, however, several coronavirus tests have been conducted with results still out.

Corning resident Elizabeth Ashley Martin has been sentenced to seven years and four months in state prison after being arrested on Dec. 21 by Corning police.

Schools across Tehama County are closed in response to the novel coronavirus outbreak. That leaves thousands of children ages 5-18 years at home, many with their parents who are themselves homebound as businesses and offices remain shutdown under Gov. Newsom’s directive for residents to stay home.

A man living in Corning was killed in a head-on crash Sunday night on South Avenue west of Mary Avenue.

Schools are closed, churches closed, and toilet paper is a hot commodity – these are just a few of the impacts the coronavirus pandemic is having on the community, its businesses and residents.

Carmen Ruvalcaba Perez, 86, of Corning, Calif., passed away at Enloe Medical Center in Chico, Calif., March 1, 2020. She was born Aug. 23, 1933. Arrangements are under the direction of Hall Brothers Corning Mortuary, 530-824-3792.

A man busted in Corning with drugs and illegal firearms in his vehicle has been sentenced to seven years in state prison.

Local non-profit, Tehama Together, will be awarding two $1,000 scholarships to graduating 2020 seniors from Mercy High School and/or Red Bluff High School. The scholarships are in honor of local attorney Dennis Albright, a Tehama Together board member, who died of cancer in 2018. 

Effective immediately, all public schools in Tehama County are closed to student attendance as a safety precaution against the threat of coronavirus (covid-19), according to Corning Union High School District Superintendent Jared Caylor.

A November run-off in still seems likely for John Leach and Jerry Crow, the candidates running to fill the seat being vacated by Tehama County Supervisor Burt Bundy in District 5.

Capay School seems to serve as a dividing line between Tehama and Glenn County, but that all changed as the Capay Volunteer Fire Department hosted their 55th annual Buffet Dinner fundraiser, a event that brought together the close-knit community once again.