Legality of Republic of Jefferson Territory is matter for debate
Curious locals have been peeking in the windows of the old Stage Door Cabaret on Mt. Shasta Boulevard lately, wondering what the newly remodeled space currently holds. The answer? Wholesale Solar’s Web Department, which has relocated from its...
Candidates mingled and delivered short introductions during Saturday afternoon’s “Meet and Greet” hosted by the Republican Central Committee in Mount Shasta.
On Saturday, Knight posed for a photo with Congressman Doug LaMalfa, who she credits with helping her replace the medals after four frustrating years of request letters, calls, and emails to the US Navy
Two-day event scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Mount Shasta's City Park
Circles of Healing weekend retreats are designed to help participants in understanding and coming to terms with cancer, chronic illness, caregiving and chronic pain.
College of the Siskiyous' stage presentation of "The Producers" gets a big thumbs up from longtime area theater-goer and reviewer Paul Boerger. Barbara Cross of Dunsmuir, in a letter to the editor, called it "a good musical and a rousing comedy... very...
The Easter Bunny made an early stop in McCloud for the annual McCloud Easter Egg hunt, sponsored by the McCloud Community Recreation Council. Children ages just walking to 12 scrambled to find the candy filled eggs that were spread out in different...
One of the proponents for the Jefferson Republic movement said if Measure C passes on June 3, Siskiyou County would be much like a Native American reservation, partly self-governed but still a part of the larger system, until “a better way”...
Mike Pickard said he thought he was going to die in his Dunsmuir home late in the evening March 20 when his bedroom filled with smoke from a fire that started in his garage below.
Lake Shastina Community Services District board member Corrine Moller said Measure D, which would impose a special tax to help the community fund its Public Safety Department, is simple. “If we want to keep the service, we need to pay for it,...
Former public works director and city councilor Ned Boss was named Mount Shasta Citizen of the Year during an awards ceremony at the Sisson Museum Friday evening. Sharing the award for Business of the Year were Solano’s Alpine Hardware and...
Every time Roseann Sdoia comes home, she must climb 18 steps — six stairs into the building, 12 more to her apartment. It is an old building in Boston's North End, with doors that are big and heavy, not an easy place for an amputee to live.
Twenty five years after Kimberlie Kay Kantonen disappeared, Arnold Aggas Sr. of Hornbrook pleaded no contest in her killing. Kantonen was 19 years old and four months pregnant when she went missing in early March of 1989. At the time, she had been...
It's that time of the year again! Children 12 and under can win fun prizes, including Say Cheese pizza, manicures from Casa Bella Hair Studio and The Vault Salon and Boutique, movie passes and gift certificates to Village Books.
College of the Siskiyous students and faculty gathered last week at two public forums to see who best fits the bill of new superintendent/president.
On Wednesday evening, several Dunsmuir citizens and families turned out to show their support to a proposed BMX track during a meeting at the Dunsmuir Recreation and Parks District.
Walking into the Sisson Museum for Friday’s History Night you find the first display area utterly transformed. A huge colorful mural of Mount Shasta sweeps across two walls. The mural content flows down to match the subjects of new displays...
Mount Shasta’s newest police officer was sworn in and pinned by her two and a-half year old son during a brief ceremony in front of the department building Thursday morning.
Students in grades 3-8 are invited to learn basketball fundamentals and develop their skills during a clinic over spring break, April 14 to 17 in Mount Shasta High School’s gymnasium.
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