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Local Foothill Grad Awarded Scholarship

Jun 22 2015

    Each year, the Shingletown Community Center (S. 

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Illegal marijuana cultivation

Jun 22 2015

    On Wednesday, June 10, 2015, at approximately 6:30 am, agents with the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office Marijuana Investigative Team and California Fish and Wildlife conducted an operation in the south east portion of Shasta County near Dersch Road regarding illegal marijuana cultivation. 

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CalFire suspends outdoor residential burning

Jun 22 2015

    As drought conditions continue to increase fire danger in the region, CAL FIRE has suspended all burn permits for outdoor open residential burning within the State Responsibility Area of Shasta and Eastern Trinity County. 

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Echo

Jun 22 2015

    In Star Trek, both the original series and later incarnations, not to mention the movies, the captain of the Enterprise, whether Kirk, Piccard, Archer, or Janeway—or Benjamin Sisko onboard Deep Space Nine—interacted with the computer on their ship or station by simply talking to it. 

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Sheriff's Log: 6-22-15

Jun 22 2015

    As a public service, the Ridge Rider News Sheriff’s log and CHP Activity log contain information obtained from the current public record. 

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No more annoying stumps at S.V.F.D. outdoor events

Jun 15 2015

SHINGLETOWN - After years of dodging the stumps in the “Vendor” and “Event” areas at the Shingletown Volunteer Fire Department’s outdoor area, Shingletown residents and event attendees will be able to comfortably walk through the trees without dodging stumps. 

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Shingletown Historical Society Museum is now open

Jun 15 2015

SHINGLETOWN - After waiting some 30 + years the Shingletown Historical Society Museum finally has a permanent home to display artifacts that have been in various homes of members around the area. 

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Happy Father’s Day Kabobs

Jun 15 2015

    On July 19, 1910, the governor of the U. 

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A view from the Ridge: Spittin’ Image

Jun 15 2015

    Watching baseball on The Tube offers a rare opportunity to see your favorite players up close and personal. 

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This is how your lives should be

Jun 15 2015

    While my youngest daughter was in a mental hospital for ten days, my middle daughter commented to my wife and me, “You know, this is how your lives should be now. 

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Shingletown Volunteer Fire Dept.Auxillary honors Dad’s Day

Jun 15 2015

    Once again, the membership of the S. 

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Racism

Jun 15 2015

    Here I am, 83 years old, and until just a few months ago I really never had any thoughts about racism or how it might affect me. 

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Museum Grand Opening

May 25 2015

    The Shingletown Historical Society Museum will open its doors on Saturday, June 6th in the Shingletown Square at 31185 Highway 44. 

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Kids fishing day at Grace Lake

May 25 2015

    I was on hand or the “Kids Free Fishing Day” at Grace Lake on Saturday, May 16 with the hope of a great turn-out. 

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Sunlight

May 25 2015

     It has been nearly five years since my youngest daughter’s serious mental illness began to manifest itself; the decline was gradual over the years, with several crises points. 

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A view from the Ridge What about “Memorial Day”?

May 25 2015

    Like much else we can think of—and for better or for worse—Memorial Day isn’t what it used to be. 

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Sheriff's Log: 5-25-15

May 25 2015

    As a public service, the Ridge Rider News Sheriff’s log and CHP Activity log contain information obtained from the current public record. 

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Shingletown Council draws much interest

May 25 2015

    On May 6th, approximately 100 resident community members attended the Shingletown Council Meeting held at the Black Butte Jr. 

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Getting to know SMC’s Case Manager - Kelly Bullan

May 25 2015

    Kelly Bullan has joined Shingletown Medical Center (SMC) as their Clinical and Behavioral Health Case Manager. 

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Shingletown Medical Center celebrates 22nd Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day

May 11 2015

    The Shingletown Medical Center will join an estimated 1,000 local groups to celebrate the 22nd Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day (NSHFD). 

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SMC staff crosses the finish line at Redding Color Vibe 5K

May 11 2015

    Employees and their families and friends participated in the Color Vibe 5k that took place in Redding on Saturday, May 2nd. 

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Optimism is allowed

May 11 2015

    Steven Pinker in The Better Angels of our Nature, is one of many who have clearly demonstrated—counter to the impression given on the evening news broadcasts—that we are living in an era of unprecedented peace. 

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A view from the Ridge: How I spent my summer vacation

May 11 2015

    This is how the third grade teacher started off the fall semester at Montana Street Elementary School and I well remember it. 

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Sheriff's Log 5-11-15

May 11 2015

    As a public service, the Ridge Rider News Sheriff’s log and CHP Activity log contain information obtained from the current public record. 

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Add this to your fishing bucket list

May 11 2015

    If you are a California angling license buyer there are three things you can be sure of every year. 

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This wonderful new journey-2

May 11 2015

    Doing what is right, this is how you know that you are walking with the Lord. 

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2015 Make A Difference Day

May 11 2015

    This years “Make A Difference Day” will be the weekend of May 16th-17th. 

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Shasta College Commencement 2015

May 11 2015

REDDING – Shasta College announces its 65th Annual Commencement ceremony which will take place on Friday, May 22, 2015 at 7:00 pm in the Memorial Stadium (football field). 

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Details emerge from the investigation and arrest of Ramon Herrera

Apr 20 2015

    Editor’s note - The following details the investigation report regarding the felony arrest of local restaurant owner Ramon Herrera. 

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The hardest road

Apr 20 2015

    Our youngest daughter suffers from severe mental illness, specifically bipolar disorder. 

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Sheriff's Log 4-20-15

Apr 20 2015

    As a public service, the Ridge Rider News Sheriff’s log and CHP Activity log contain information obtained from the current public record. 

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A view from the Ridge: Gertie Shannon the daily annoyance

Apr 20 2015

    I haven’t thought of nasty, hateful Gertie Shannon in many, many decades, until I found an ancient autograph book from the seventh grade at Theodore Roosevelt Junior High. 

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Adventure seekers should go look!

Apr 20 2015

    Fishing and hunting trips are always more fun if you think of them as adventures. 

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