The Shingletown Medical Center along with Owen’s Pharmacy put on a Birthday Party and Hoedown that the entire community was able to enjoy.
The PineNeedlers of Shingletown had their sixth successful quilt show on September 19th.
Pioneer family descendent Glenn Aldridge took members of the Shingletown Historical Society and guests on a verbal tour through Inwood, up Highway 44, to Dersch Meadows and Viola.
Do you have junk in your backroom closet? Clutter in the store room? Dusty objects in the rafters of the garage? No? Well, clean freak that you are! Because I’m sure 99.
What’s it like to be a writer? Much of being an author, outside of the sitting down and staring at the computer screen while words appear on it from your busy, typing fingers, is somewhat similar to what I’ve heard it’s like being in the military: hurry up and wait.
Do you want to learn skills on how to manage a chronic health condition? Do you have a loved one who is living with a chronic health condition? The Healthier Living: Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions Workshop could be a great place to learn new skills.
After sitting idle for the past 20 years or so, the fire hydrant system on the south side of Hwy 44 and around Alpine Meadows is getting another look.
The defensible space disposal program on Tuesday, September 1st and Saturday September 5th, 2015, was again a huge success.
I’m the first to admit that I‘m no spring chicken anymore but really now…do I have to be reminded of it every two seconds? Every time I turn on the TV, the commercials show ladies of a certain age (as with me) are engaged in the following activities:
•Sitting on a bleacher at a kid’s sporting event, suffering from hemorrhoids.
There is a woman in our church whom I’ve known for more than twenty years.
New law aims to reverse environmental damage, regulate water and pesticide use Sacramento – On September 11, the California Legislature passed a package of ground-breaking legislation aimed at bringing the state’s $16 billion marijuana cultivation industry in line with other agricultural operations around the state.
Please join us for our Birthday Party and Hoedown on Friday, September 25th from 5:30pm to 8:00 pm being held in the medical center parking lot.
….such as “they hung in the air the same way that bricks don’t.
I was recently reading an article that discussed several cognitive disorders and how to overcome them—the sort of broken thinking, if you will, that is common in people who are overwhelmed by depression and anxiety disorders.
The directors meet the next to last Thursday of each month to conduct the Society business.
Shingletown invites everyone to their fun community wide event, hosted by the Open Door Community Church.
Sometimes I think I have too many interests—too many potential hobbies.
As with any hamlet, village, town or city, there are those within the 96088 zip code that I could do very nicely without.
Put together a picture perfect day which Mother Nature thoughtfully provided, lively music brought by the Bear Creek Band Revisited and a combo cleverly called ‘The Alley Cats’, add a gathering of friends and what have you got? A ‘Concert in the Park’!
A while back, the Shingletown Community Center (SCC) group approached Denise Murray, coordinator for the Bear Creek Band, if she would be interested in presenting an entertaining afternoon of music, inviting Shingletown residents and visitors to come to Upcountry Gardens to enjoy a musical mixture of classic rock crossed with traditional country.
September 2nd was the Shingletown Council’s regular town meeting at Black Butte Jr.
Shawn Michael Bate of Oak Run was arrested for felon in possession of a firearm, prohibited t own ammo, plant/etc marijuana and possession of marijuana for sale.
The day was weather perfect, preparations were complete and the 2015 edition of Family Fun Day was set for presentation.
People are quick to believe nonsense.
It’s good to see that women and men are doing more things together, especially in kid care It’s still amazing to me to see Daddy action in taking on responsibility in such ways as diaper changing.
Don’t let mosquitoes keep you from enjoying your garden and outdoor parties.
On Wednesday August 19th, 2015 and Thursday August 20th, 2015, agents with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office Marijuana Investigative Team (SMIT), Shasta Interagency Narcotic Task Force (SINTF), California Department of Fish and Wildlife Marijuana Enforcement Team, California Department of Fish and Wildlife Wetland Team, Cal-Fire and Shasta County Code Enforcement conducted a multi-agency joint operation within the Mill Creek Sub division in Oak Run, CA.
We had an interesting weekend, of the “may you live in interesting times” curse sort of way.
Ann always had a ready answer for any questions you could possibly imagine.
I have missed sharing Jesus word with you and I hope that the Lord will continue to use me to reach unsaved and lost souls.
Shingletown residents and friends are slated to enjoy an especially musical treat when “The Bear Creek Revival” band presents a concert guaranteed to be especially specially listenable.
The Shingletown Council Meeting is coming up.
Shingletown residents were waiting in line on each of the two scheduled days in August, bringing their slash and raked debris to the dump site.