Skier Jarrod Althaus of Mount Shasta and snowboarder Giordan Stenmark of Weed brought home medals from the California Nevada Interscholastic Federation Championships, held March 3 to 6.
A 2011 COS graduate and 2008 graduate of Mount Shasta High School, Faith Sponsler is working towards a studio art degree at California State University, Sacramento while showing her work and winning awards in the Sacramento area.
Eighth graders from schools across Siskiyou County came together March 6 for Eighth Grade Inspiration Day, sponsored by College OPTIONS at College of the Siskiyous. Students prepared for high school and learned more about the opportunities that await...
The Emortal Curse offers a fantasy adventure novel that vaults through action as fast as you can say the title. What makes the book all the more remarkable is that it was finished when Ryan Stalder, a MSHS student, was 14 years old.
Mount Shasta’s Michael Smith on Saturday received a Bronze Star Medal – the fourth-highest individual military award – for his outstanding performance while deployed to Afghanistan in 2012.
National Outdoors Writer of the Year Tom Stienstra will headline a slideshow, “Sierra Crossing,” at the Sisson Museum March 20 to raise funds to repair damage done by vandals at the Sisson Meadow last month.
Village Books owner Kim Padilla is asking the community to support the store's quest for one of Patterson's grants by filling out a quick online questionnaire.
During a vacation about 20 years ago, Sacramento resident Gary Summers was swimming at Lake Siskiyou with his five year old son when he lost his Seiko dive watch. There it remained until about two weeks ago, when a Mount Shasta man picked it up and took...
Grace Elan Sabots is from the Portland, Ore. area and has blue eyes, blond hair, is 5 foot 3 inches tall and weighs approximately 130 pounds.
A juvenile male from Mount Shasta was arrested Thursday evening, Feb. 27. He and another suspect are accused of causing $50,000 worth of damage at Mount Shasta High School two weeks ago.
Gyms in south Siskiyou County are sure to be packed Friday night when four teams take the court to move ahead in the playoffs.
Some eggs survived uncracked and others did not during Thursday's Egg Drop event at Sisson in Mount Shasta. All eighth graders tested devices they crafted, meant to protect an egg when dropped from the roof of the gymnasium to the floor below. The...
Dunsmuir residents often boast that they have the best water on earth. Last month, those convinced of the city's superior spring water got a big shot in the arm.
The estimated cost to replace Mount Shasta High School's pole vaulting equipment, which was damaged by vandals overnight on Feb. 14, is $42,000, said principal Jennifer McKinnon.
Those attending Monday evening’s Mount Shasta City Council meeting might have had a feeling of deja vu when community members stood again to demand an Environmental Impact Report before Crystal Geyser opens just north of town.
Two of the best basketball players to ever come out of Siskiyou County played against each other in a televised NCAA Division I basketball game 26 years ago in the San Francisco Bay Area.
On a sunny winter's day, right about noon, a shadow falls on a memorial plaque in Dunsmuir Botanical Gardens.
Brian Witherell is a busy man. When the squeal of an emergency call comes over the radio, he's on the road, either as a paramedic for Mt. Shasta Ambulance Service or as a volunteer with the Dunsmuir Fire Department.
Mount Shasta Public Works had to flush the storm drain system with fresh water from a hydrant last week to clean up after a sanitary sewer overflow.
Weed defeated the Bears Friday night to finish and undefeated league championship season. The south county rivals could face each other again in the section semifinal round.
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