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An update of COVID-19 data given in the Tehama County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday was provided by the Jayme Bottke, the county's new executive director of the Health Services Agency. Bottke is filling the shoes of the Val Lucero who retired at the first of the month.

 Sandra Lou Ridge, 68, of Orland, died on Aug. 31, 2021 in Chico of natural causes. Arrangements will be made by Hall Brothers Corning Mortuary. 

The California Fire Foundation announced $680,000 in wildfire safety grants to local fire departments, fire agencies and community groups. Departments in Glenn, Tehama and Colusa counties are included in areas receiving funding, according to a news release from Pacific Gas & Electric Co. 

In an effort to encourage registered voters to vote in the current California Gubernatorial Recall Election, Tehama County Registrar of Voters/County Clerk Jennifer Vise announced the county's Elections Department will be open Saturday, Sept. 11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Tehama County Board of Supervisors spent some time during recent meetings discussing the possibility of creating a development services department, which would encompass three departments – environmental health, building and planning, with a single director at the helm of all three who super…

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California’s dove season opened Wednesday, Sept. 1, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife has prepared crop fields at many of its most popular wildlife areas throughout the state to attract doves and provide productive dove hunting opportunities for the public.

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Following a narrative presented by Tehama County Chief Administrator Bill Goodwin last week, the Board of Supervisors approved the county's fiscal year 2021/2022 budget on a 3-2 vote. Voting against the budget were supervisors John Leach and Candy Carlson.

Now is the time for youths to join one of America’s largest non-formal education programs for youth, the 4-H Club, which helps the country's youth acquire knowledge and develop life skills that help them become self-directed, productive, and contributing members of our society.

SACRAMENTO — The California Transportation Commission allocated more than $1.4 billion for projects to repair and improve transportation infrastructure throughout the state, to include funding for a project near Los Molinos - the Champlin Slough bridge project along State Route 99 in Tehama …

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Succulents, those plants that store water in their stems, roots and leaves, can beautify indoor and outdoor gardens with decorative colors, unique shapes and textures, and geometric perfection. Beyond these appealing features, succulents have beneficial aspects that transcend their allure.

To better provide public and firefighter safety due to the ongoing California wildfire crisis, USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region is announcing a temporary closure of all National Forests in the state. This closure will be in effect from Aug. 31, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. through Septembe…

The Tehama County Sheriff’s Office and the Unified Command Team for the McFarland Fire have removed the evacuation warning in Tehama County for ZONE 158, described as all areas north of Vestal Road from the South Fork of Cottonwood west to Weemasoul Road and north to Highway 36.