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Congressman John Garamendi is hosting a homemade mask competition for residents of California’s 3rd Congressional District to promote safe habits that will help curb the spread of COVID-19. 

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They will be gathering at the Tehama District Fairgrounds from as far away as Texas, Montana and New Mexico with big hopes of big sales and big dollars at the 80th Red Bluff Bull & Gelding Sale, which takes place next week, Jan. 26-30 at the Tehama District Fairgrounds on Antelope Boulevard.

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In an effort to clarify and update its rules and regulations relating to what is deemed a nuisance and other details, Corning's City Council approved the first reading and introduction of an ordinance amending municipal code and creating a nuisance abatement process.

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A Chico man arrested for busting into a storage unit on Fig Lane in Corning has been convicted by a jury during a Jan. 14 trial in Tehama County Superior Court.

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Last year the Olive Oil Commission of California approved a budget based on crop volume of 2.5 million gallons for the 2020/21 harvest season. It seems clear based on reports from throughout the state the crop will fall below that number.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the JP Ranch Rodeo, Tehama County Cattlemen-CattleWomen Winter Dinner and Scholarship Fundraiser, Tehama County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting, Western Art Show at the Red Bluff Bull & Gelding Sale have all been cancelled in 2021, for the month of January.

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With the theme of Peace, the Main Event Gallery presents the special "1,000 Origami Cranes display," created by the students of Manton School and their teacher, Catherine Mancino. Sponsored by the Tehama County Arts Council, the artwork will be on display 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, n…

Have you ever wanted to start a compost pile in your backyard, but were not sure where to get started? Keep reading for helpful tips and suggestions for creating a successful compost pile to place your food scraps and yard trimmings, to produce a nutrient-rich soil amendment. There is no nee…

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Tehama County is opening appointment-based COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics for individuals in the Phase 1 group at no cost. (See Phase 1 tiers below)

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A Corning woman accused of trying to kill her ex-boyfriend was sentenced by the Tehama County Superior Court to 11 years, eight months in state prison on charges of attempted willful, deliberate and premeditated attempted murder with a special allegation of use of firearm in commission of felony.

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A plague of diesel fuel thefts has hit agricultural sites in Tehama County where thousands of gallons of red dye diesel fuel has been stolen, reports the Tehama County Sheriff's Office, including 1,400 gallons from Crain Orchards valued at $2,800.

As Californians welcome the new year, they will also have to welcome a whole slate on new laws, including those dealing with COVID-19, law enforcement, housing, diversification, firearms and much more.

With the announcement of Tehama County Health Officer Dr. Richard Wickenheiser's retirement, after 35 years of service, the county's Board of Supervisors approved unanimously on Tuesday the hiring of Dr. Jennifer G. Brown as his replacement as a part-time employee.

U.S. Rep. John Garamendi was on his way to the Capitol floor last Wednesday to cast his vote to certify the results of the 2020 presidential election when he was turned around by police and told to find a safe place – the Capitol Building was under siege by a mob attempting to disrupt congre…

As Californians welcome the new year, they will also have to welcome a whole slate on new laws, including those dealing with COVID-19, law enforcement, housing, diversification, firearms and much more. 

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Washington DC - The atmosphere was surreal, said Congressman Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, who experienced firsthand today’s mob attack on the US Capitol.

In her weekly update to the Tehama County Board of Supervisors concerning the status of COVID-19 in the county, Val Lucero, Public Health Agency executive director, said the majority of her information would be on the COVID-19 vaccine and how it is being administered in the county.

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(Washington DC) – Congressman Doug LaMalfa, R- Richvale, was sworn in for his fifth term as a U.S. Representative on Monday. He was re-elected in November with 57 percent of the vote, an increase of over two percentage points from 2018.

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WASHINGTON — Supporters of President Donald Trump who want Congress to overturn his Electoral College loss clashed with Capitol Police, breached barriers and stormed into the Capitol on Wednesday, while lawmakers were in the midst of certifying the election results, causing a lockdown of the…

With the cooler weather upon us, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the Tehama County Fire Department recommend residents inspect their chimney flues, wood stoves, and home heating systems. 

The top U.S. drug regulator is resisting calls to tinker with how COVID-19 vaccines are administered, sticking to the scientific evidence and its own procedures after being more flexible in the face of outside pressure earlier in the pandemic.

Agricultural producers and private landowners interested in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can now sign up for the popular program until Feb. 12. The competitive program, administered by USDA’s Farm Service Agency, provides annual rental payments for land devoted to conservation purposes.

Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R- Richvale) was sworn in for his 5th term in as US Representatives this afternoon.  Rep. LaMalfa was re-elected with 57% of the vote, an increase of over two percentage points from 2018. This Congress is one of the most evenly divided in history with Democrats hold…

California’s current snowpack is below average for the date. 

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UPDATE: PG&E restored power back to the 4,801 residences and businesses in Corning by 3:48 p.m. The power was knocked out around 1:30 p.m. when a power substation in Corning was struck by lightening. 

Caltrans announced the closure of the north- and southbound Interstate 5 Maxwell Safety Roadside Rest Areas will be extended until March 31, 2021, for additional construction activity.