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Corning City Manager Kristina Miller presented the city’s mid-year budget to the City Council on March 21, updating the council and public on how the City is faring financially at the mid-point of the 2022-23 fiscal year.

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It’s one of only two of its kind nestled in the rolling foothills of Northern Sacramento Valley’s Glenn County. Raging Bull Vineyard and Winery is the home of Charlie Sullivan and Sharon Shipley, who in partnership with Winemaker Bryan Shaw, produce grapes and wines from 20 acres of vineyard…

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A demolition crew has been busy over the past couple of weeks knocking down and removing structures, digging up concrete and trees, and hauling off debris in preparation for the construction of Corning’s City Plaza and Recreation Center Project funded through an $8.5 million state grant.

David L. McCurdy, 63, of Corning, died Feb. 28, 2023. Arrangements are being handled by Hall Brothers Corning Mortuary. The mortuary can be reached at 530-824-3792.

• Justin Michael Rocha, 40, of Red Bluff was sentenced to 13 years, eight months in state prison convicted of five felony counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, four felony counts of incest, four felony counts of oral copulation of person under 18, eight misdemeanor counts of child molesting…

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Thirteen first responders were honored with plaques and certificates recognizing their service and commitment to their communities during the annual Corning Exchange Club Law Enforcement and First Responders Awards Dinner on Feb. 25 at the community’s Veterans Memorial Hall.

Known as Green Schoolyard Grants, CalFire is offering more than $100 million in state funding to provide nature-based solutions, shaded playgrounds and tree canopy to help support California’s next generation in one of the most important places where they learn and grow – at school.

The Butte College Small Business Development Center is offering several small business workshops and training in March. Pre-registration is required for each workshop/training by going online: https://www.buttecollegesbdc.com/events/, or call, Butte College Small Business Development Center …

A 17-year-old Shasta County resident was shot during a gathering on Spring Branch Road in Cottonwood on Feb. 12, allegedly by another teen also from Shasta County, reported the Tehama County Sheriff’s Office.

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The Corning Veterans Memorial Hall rehabilitation project is moving forward with the Tehama County Board of Supervisors unanimous approval on Feb. 7 to start utilizing the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds earmarked by the county for the project.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW), in partnership with the Nevada Department of Wildlife, introduction of “BearWise,” an innovative North American program that helps people live more responsibly with bears, is timely for Tehama County residents who have reported encount…